Microsoft is today rolling out a new Windows 10 Build 15063 for Insiders in Fast Ring on Both PC. The company has pushed out the new build for PC with lot of bug fixes and improvements. This build could be the Windows 10 PC Creators Update RTM build which could get released to the General Public in April but we are awaiting confirmation from the company in regards to the final RTM build.

The company has pushed a lot of bug fixes for issues found in earlier builds for Insiders on PC and Tablets. The company pushed out fixes for reliability issues which resulted in Microsoft Edge hanging and becoming unresponsive from build 15061. The company also fixed issue where localized file with additional language packs would not install.

There are also some known issues with the latest PC Build for Fast Ring Insiders. The Insiders on Anniversary Update build 14393 will not be able to upgrade to this build since the upgrade path is not yet live and should be available from tomorrow. The users will also be unable to download any new additional language packs for a week.

Some users might experience issues while installing the latest build, the Windows team suggests the users to reboot manually and the latest build will install normally after the reboot. However the PC might fail to restart, for a workaround for the issue please check Settings>Update & Security> Windows Update to see if there is any pending update which requires a restart.

The latest build still contains lots of known issues which are yet to be fixed by the company for PC’s, hence we can expect that the company might be releasing some more builds to fix the issues for PC before finalising the RTM Build to be released next month.

If any of our users haven’t yet taken the latest Insider Preview Build , then they can do so by going to Settings>Update and Security>Windows Update to download the latest build.

Note: The latest Insider Preview Build 15063 is live for Fast Ring Insiders on PCs and Tablets.

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