Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 build 17763 preview build to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring with improved bug fixes. Microsoft confirms that the build 17763 will be the last version that will be made available to Insiders before the final release in October.
If you install Windows 10 build 17763, you won’t find the presence of the build watermark at the lower right-hand corner of the desktop. Normally, you will find the watermark but the Redmond-based giant has decided to avoid it in the preview release. The latest update has fixed an issue where touching a Flash element in Microsoft Edge with multiple fingers could result in crashing of the tabs.
The latest 17763 build also fixed issues related to icons and thumbnail rendering after saving a video file to the desktop. The issues related to Bluetooth audio playback issue also has been resolved.
There were reports that apps such as OneNote consumed plenty of battery and this problem has been resolved in the Preview update. If the characters are not displayed properly in the Japanese language in PowerShell, then the Windows 10 build 17763 preview build has resolved the issue.
Microsoft has also resolved issues related to display scaling when you are on a full-screen remote desktop window. The preview build is not final. Hence, the company is yet to resolve a few problems. You will notice that the task manager is not reporting accurate resource usage. Moreover, the arrows to expand Background processes located in Task Manager will blink continuously.
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