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Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 Build 16193 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring with a lot new features. Microsoft has demoed the Build 16193 on PC at Build 2017 Developer Conference and it comes with a lot of new features.

Microsoft has introduced Story Remix feature to the Photos app. The feature will be basically building off of the album functionality in OneDrive. Microsoft made some improvements to Power Throttling feature. Now the Background Moderated column in Task Manager has been renamed to Power Throttling.

Furthermore, you can control the volume of UWP apps individually. Microsoft has updated the Volume Mixer, and it includes apps such as Microsoft Edge, Groove Music. Apparently, you will be able to change the volume of any one app without affecting the volume on other apps and system.

The build has some bugs too. Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) will fail to work on touch PC’s. It show a solid black window on launch. However, the devices with no touch functionality will be safe from the bug. Another bug is back on Surface 3 devices, the update may fail to install if a SD memory card is insertyed. However, the solution is simple – all you need to di is removed the SD card and insert it back post the installation of the update.

Furthermore, you may be not able to open PDFs on Microsoft Edge, it will throw an error “Couldn’t open PDF. Something is keeping this PDF from opening” error on your computer screen.

Microsoft has also announced that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the next major update for the operating system. Windows 10 Build 16193 is also from development branch and almost all of the features released with this build will be available on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

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