The highly anticipated consumer-centric Windows 10 preview got released 4th august by Microsoft, following two days after a presentation was conducted by the company for over an hour, which impressed the analysts. Microsoft released this preview for desktops that has a retail start-up experience. The build comes from the RS5 branch that represents the update of Windows 10 planning it to release on next year’s first half. Past week, a very potential new RTM was invented, and now Microsoft is rolling out that launch, Build 17134. Window is being upgraded as a service and that means it receiving more new features on a daily basis.
Till date, Microsoft has unleashed four major updates, the Anniversary Update, November Update, April 2018 Update, Fall Update, and Creators Update. The actual change in this launch is somewhat how the builds arrive for the Windows Insider. Before launching to retail Microsoft want to develop how builds are delivered. “Your Phone App” that was believed to be out past week is actually out now. The main purpose of this app is to let accessing the content of the phone just as its name implies, such as; photos and notifications, txt messages right away on the Windows 10 PC.
The update comes with many new features and for developers and consumers. Recent testers of Windows 10 can have the update through the settings panel. Others may join the Windows Insider Program by making a registration on the website of Microsoft or may download it in the .iso format for installation using a DVD disc or a bootable flash drive. The desktop build includes improvements and basic bug fixes. The latest feature “Block Suspicious Behaviours” been added to Windows Security has been removed temporarily for reported issues. But today’s update cracks the build number of Windows 10 for the 17728 RS5 branch. After upgrading to this build, the taskbar fly-outs no longer will have acrylic background. In the Microsoft Edge Selecting Narrator Scan mode Shift + Selection commands, the text doesn’t get selected accurately. Likewise this update comes with many pros and cons as well.
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