Microsoft Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14385 is Out for Pc and Mobile Insiders
Microsoft has released its yet another major update for Windows 10 Insider preview build 14385. The update goes for both Pc and mobile users. Awesome right! Check out this article for more about Microsoft Windows 10 Insider preview.
The Build 14385 is mainly focused on bug fixes and few changes with the UI. For example, the desktop watermark will not be available further. Windows 10 build team is keen in neglecting all its minor bugs and fixes. The Windows 10 build 14385 is working carefully with the feedbacks of the users with the previous releases, and here it is out. The Insiders are rushing in for validating the release which helps in building Windows 10 Anniversary Update better. The anniversary update rolls out this August. The build had few known bugs and Microsoft Windows 10 Insider Preview is sure to rectify these in the future Windows 10 Insider builds. Here are the improvements and fixes for Mobile and Pc in this Insider Preview build 14385.
Today we are releasing Build 14383 for both PC and Mobile to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. Remember you guys play a big role in helping us decide which are the final *final* bits that we ship globally.
Says Dona Sarkar, Software Engineer, Windows and Devices Group.
Improvements and fixes for PC
Fixed issue with the Settings app, now showing media controls in the taskbar preview window.
- Fixed issue where dragging the files comparison or manage Library dialog boxes between two monitors. With different DPIs would result in the dialog content no longer displaying correctly.
- Fixed issue with the check mark to denote the selected state within an app was not visible in high contrast.
- Fixed issue with PC connection using Remote Desktop when maximised.
- The link to “Get more extensions from the Store” under the Extensions pane in Microsoft Edge. Now will take you directly to the Store to download available extensions.
- The users gave feedback for the keyboard shortcut to open Cortana in listening mode to Win + Shift + C. Speaking “Hey Cortana” when enabled in Cortana Settings, continues to open Cortana in listening mode as always.
- Updates to the Quick Action area of Action Center across upgrades is going forward from this build.
- We fixed an issue where on some web pages in Microsoft Edge when Narrator was in Scan mode and going line by line through a list of hyperlinks, Narrator wouldn’t announce the fact that these were hyperlinks.
- We fixed Microsoft Edge issue when pages go unresponsive due to the memory leak when LastPass extension has been enabled.
Improvements and fixes for Mobile
- Fixed issue with many Windows Phone 8.1 games seeming to play in slow motion on individual devices, such as the Lumia 535.
- We fixed an issue where notifications received while the screen off didn’t take into consideration the proximity sensor. Resulting in the screen turning on to display the notification while in pockets, potentially leading to accidental screen presses.
- Fixed issue with Visual Voicemail setup wouldn’t appear after hard resetting the mobile.
- The tiles pinned from within apps sometimes being blank and not falling back to show the app name within the tile is fixed. Also fixed an issue where “SIM 2” title was missing from pinned Messaging and Phone tiles for the second SIM.
- We fixed an issue resulting in incorrect Start screen scaling. After switching from Continuum/Extended Desktop to Mirrored/Duplicated screen on devices with a non-default DPI.
- Sometimes there is a delay when showing the missed call count on the Phone app Live tile is fixed.
- Improved battery performance for those who quickly turn the screen on and off to look at the Lock screen in this Windows 10 Insider Preview.
- Fixed issue with Microsoft Edge where zooming in and out of embedded maps. Which could sometimes result in the map jumping to an unexpected location?
- We fixed an issue resulting in volume mute not working on certain devices, such as the Lumia 640 when playing YouTube videos that use the OPUS audio codec.
So, Insiders, this is just a step that takes us nearer to the massive update. Be ready for the massive Windows 10 Anniversary Update that is going to blast us. With lot many cool new features very sooner.