Minor update to Windows 10 build 10074 rolling out today, fixes common bugs

Kareem Anderson

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Mr. Windows Insider himself, Gabe Aul is back on Twitter today discussing another update to the recently released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10074. According to Gabe, the new update is a fix rather a feature set. The update rolling out today is intended to address issues regarding the Edge browser (formerly, Project Spartan).

As the update rolls out users should expect to see improvements with issues to:
Crashing issues regarding the Edge (Project Spartan) browser on some devices
The Start menu appears when features of the work area, such as the screen resolution, DPI setting, or screen rotation, are changed. This can occur when running apps, such as games, that open in full-screen. These apps then crash when pressing the Alt+Tab keys.

This is the second bug squashing update to roll out for build 10074 of the Windows 10 Insider Preview. Last week, the Windows team pushed out another update that addresses a list of bug issues while also adding support for codec relating to Dolby Digital Plus.

Hopefully, this is a sign of how fast the Windows team can move regarding updates, bug fixes, and patches once Windows 10 is official.