Here's what's fixed and what's a known issue in Windows 10 for PCs build 14316 [Update]

Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 for PCs build 14316 to the Fast ring, bring with it a ton of new features. It's the first Insider Preview build since the firm's developer conference, Build 2016.

As with any new build, there are fixes and known issues.

Here's what got fixed:

  • We fixed the issue where on some PCs with TPM chips, such as the ASUS Zenbook UX31, you may have experienced glitchy audio and jumpy movement when using the trackpad due to the “tpm-maintenance” task running constantly in the background instead of once per boot-up like it should.

  • We fixed the issue where if you use Hyper-V and have a Virtual Switch configured for your network adapter, you might see an error indicator (red-colored “X”) for your network adapter in the notification area of your taskbar.

  • We polished the Wi-Fi flyout UI and fixed an issue where text entry into a Wi-Fi password field was noticeably top-aligned rather than centered.

  • We fixed an issue for where when using multiple monitors and full-screen apps like PowerPoint or Remote Desktop would crash Windows Explorer.

  • We fixed an issue where Cortana wasn’t showing Settings pages in the search results.

  • We have updated the Windows Update notification after updates have been installed so now clicking on the notification will take you straight to your update history.

  • We fixed an issue where desktop (Win32) apps pinned to the Start menu would sometimes move after updating to a new build.

  • We fixed an issue where “Update and Restart” and “Update and Shut Down” wouldn’t start an update.

Here are the known issues:

  • The Visual Studio emulator for Windows 10 Mobile and Hololens will fail with “An authentication error has occurred. The Local Security Authority cannot be contacted”. If you are a developer and require the emulator for building apps, we suggesting moving to the Slow ring and skipping this build until we can fix this issue.

  • We continue to investigate issues with Narrator and other screen reader apps that make them unable to read selected text in the Feedback Hub, Cortana, and other apps.

  • In Microsoft Edge, some large downloads may appear to get stuck at 99% completion. You can work around this issue by renaming the file in your downloads after closing Microsoft Edge. This workaround skips security checks on the file, so it should be used only with files from a trusted source.

  • In some cases, attempting to turn on Developer Mode on may crash the Settings app. If this happens, the workaround is to use these steps here to enable Developer Mode.

  • Some apps notifications may only show the icon – however the full text of the notification will be visible within Action Center.

There's quite a bit new in this build, so Insiders should be busy for a bit.

Update: On April 7, Microsoft added the following known issue:

We are investigating an issue where UWPs do not appear on the taskbar when minimized. When this happens, the app icons don’t show up on the taskbar and they are also not shown in ALT + Tab or Task View. The only way to maximize these apps is via Task Manager. Additionally, you can try restarting Explorer.exe from Task Manager to get out of this state.

What do you think of the new build? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Windows Blog

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