Windows 10 Build 17751 is now live for Fast Ring Insiders

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Microsoft today has released a new Windows 10 Build 17751 to
the Fast Ring Insiders. The latest build is not the RTM build
as some might have expected. The build comes with lots of fixes
and improvements for Insiders.

Microsoft is still working on the development of Redstone 5 and
is expected to finalize the RTM build in the coming weeks.

The company today announced that its next big update will be
called Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Below is the full
changelog of what’s fixed and broken.

What’s Fixed:

  • Microsoft has removed the build watermark at the lower
    right-hand corner of the desktop. But this is not the final
    build which will go out to the general public.
  • An issue where logging out of users profile caused the PC
    to bugcheck has now been fixed.
  • Recent issues with the color and wallpaper settings not
    correctly applied after a system upgrade have now been fixed.
  • Installing a font for a single user caused an unexpected
    error has now been fixed in the latest flight.
  • Explorer.exe would crash in Tablet Mode and opened Task
    View while in portrait orientation has now been fixed.
  • Certain activities in Timeline unexpectedly threw error
    saying no supported app is installed has now been fixed.
  • The launch of the Settings took a lot of time in previous
    flight, this issue has now been fixed.
  • An issue, where the “Logged” drop-down box, was
    unexpectedly large in Event Viewer’s filter dialog at high DPI
    has finally been fixed.
  • Fixed an issue resulting in some people unexpectedly seeing
    an “Ask for permission” message from Microsoft family features
    for Windows Shell Experience.
  • An issue where in high contrast the icons for items in
    Windows Security’s navigation pane wouldn’t change color has
    now been fixed.
  • Issue when using the Chinese IME would leak memory on focus
    switch, adding up over time has now been fixed.
  • The Messaging in Snipping Tool has now been updated to
    closely align with the commitment made by Microsoft.

As is always expected below is the changelog of what’s broken
in latest Windows 10 build.

What’s Broken:

  • The Ease of Access Make Text bigger setting, you might see
    text clipping issues, or find that text is not increasing in
    size everywhere.
  • Narrator sometimes does not read in the Settings app when
    you navigate using Tab and arrow keys. The temporary workaround
    is to switch to Narrator Scan mode. Alternatively, you can
    restart Narrator to work around this issue.
  • Clicking on web links in PWAs such as Twitter doesn’t open
    the browser in this build. We’re working on a fix.

Microsoft has removed the watermark in this build which means
that the company is in the final stages of releasing the RTM
build. The latest build 17751 is currently live and you can get
it by going to Settings>Update & Security>Windows
Update>Check for Updates.



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