There was unfortunately, no new Windows 10 Mobile build today. However, Insiders are being treated to a shiny new PC build. Gabe and his Windows 10 team are currently seeding Windows 10 Insider build 10532 to eager testers.
The new build comes with some much needed visual improvements to context menus as well as several bug fixes and performance enhancements.
As we stated during the last Insider build update, moving forward, the list of known issues should remain relatively small as much of Windows 10 is mostly feature complete. With that being said, the Windows team still has a couple of outstanding issues they are alerting early adopters about.
We have some upcoming feature announcements for both PC and mobile that Insiders will get to try out first. Stay tuned for more details soon.
- Windows Hello face sign-on will not work on this build with some devices; the device can still be unlocked with other methods like a pin, password, or fingerprint.
- As reported by Insiders on the build 10525, 64-bit Google Chrome will crash on launch. Google is aware of the issue. In the meantime, their 64-bit Google Chrome Canary builds or 32-bit Google Chrome will work on this build.
Today’s known issues list seems to be more about 3rd party issues rather than with Windows 10 itself. Very few, if any devices are actively using Windows Hello face sign-ins now. We also reported that the Chrome team is working on a fix for the 64-bit Chrome beta crash issue. Undoubtedly, Windows 10 still has some glaring bugs and fixes that need to be applied, but Microsoft’s steady build releases should be a good indicator that the Windows team will address them soon.Further reading: Microsoft, update, Upgrade, Windows, Windows 10