Microsoft has today released the first Fall Creators Update Build 16232 for Insiders in the slow Ring. Microsoft had also released the Build 16237 today to Insiders in the fast ring. Ever since Microsoft had started the insider builds for Fall Creators Update in April they had not released any build to the slow ring. Whenever a build moves to slow ring it does signify that the next OS update is now getting ready for it’s 1709 release.
Microsoft has focused on security changes in this build in the changelog. Microsoft had earlier introduced Windows Defender ATP and how they are preparing themselves about the upcoming security features in the Fall Creators Update. The biggest new feature in this build was of improvements in Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) that they had introduced in build 16188. They have added the support for Microsoft Edge data persistence while using Application Guard. What this means is that when you enable data persistence your favorites, cookies, and saved passwords will be persisted across different sessions on Application Guard.
To download this update via Windows Update you must be enrolled in the slow ring of Windows Insider. To enable the slow ring go to settings>updates and security and join the Windows Insider program and select slow Ring in the options. Or you can simply download the ISO from the links given on our websites.