Next week, Microsoft will begin rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and it's now putting the finishing touches to the major update before that rollout begins.
After pushing out build 14393.3 a few days ago as a cumulative update to 14393 - the final 'RTM' build (although Microsoft doesn't use that terminology any more) - it's followed up today with another bug-fixing rollup.
Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider Program, announced today that Windows 10 Anniversary Update build 14393.5 is now available for PCs and phones in the Fast ring. According to the announcement on the Windows 10 Feedback Hub, the new update includes the following fixes:
- We have improved reliability and performance of Microsoft Edge with AdBlock and LastPass extensions enabled. These extensions should continue to work after installing other extension updates from the Store.
- We fixed an issue causing battery to drain due to runaway CPU processes while a device is idle. We also fixed a battery life issue due to the proximity sensor always running on some devices.
- We fixed an issue causing Store apps to stop launching due to a licensing issue.
- We have fixed an issue that results in Windows Updates being delayed on systems with Connected Standby.
- We fixed an issue where the Korean IME would not have the correct composition on some custom TSF3 edit controls on PC.
- We fixed an issue where you might not be able to type in text into Search or some Store apps without having to restart the process.
- We have fixed an issue where keyboard input on some Windows tablet devices would not rotate to landscape normally.
The update is now available via Windows Update, identified as KB3176927.