Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 16273 today, and what it lacks in new features, it more than makes up for in improvements and fixes. Amazingly, not a single known issue is documented.
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Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16273 to PCs in the Fast ring - its first build for three weeks. It includes a new font, Microsoft's "own rendition of the DIN font standard".
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