Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 17115 to the Fast ring - here's what's new

It's that time again. If you're a Windows Insider on the Fast ring, it's time to check your PC for updates, as build 17115 has been released. Tuesday builds used to be pretty rare, but the team is releasing them more frequently as it prepares to finalize the spring update for Windows 10.

There were actually two Fast ring builds released last week, with 17110 showing up on Tuesday and 17112 arriving on Friday. We're just weeks away from version 1803 being finalized, so as is usually the case, Microsoft is focusing on fixes rather than new front-facing features.

The one new thing that you'll find in Windows 10 build 17115 is new privacy settings. As Microsoft did with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, as well as previous feature updates, it's continuing to refine its privacy setting experience. There are new Inking & Typing and Find My Device settings, and the company says that users have more privacy options.

We're going to continue to see builds roll in frequently as we get closer to it being finalized, which should be this month given the version number of 1803. Slow ring Insiders haven't seen anything new since build 17074 was offered in January, and there haven't been new ISOs in almost four months. Hopefully, we'll see more for those users soon.

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