Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
New windows 10 fall creators update 2017

Microsoft is currently working on the final phase of the Fall Creators Update which is due for release in September. The company today released a new build 16273 with lot of new features and improvements.

The changelog as usual contained the list of improvements and features being released in the new Insider Preview Build for Fast Ring users. However the list of Known issues section was missing from the changelog.

When asked by a curious insider, Microsoft engineer Brandon confirmed that the Known issues changelog is not missing, but the company has decided to not publish any known issues going forward.

The reason behind the company not providing any changelog for the known issues is it plans to roll out more new builds fast and quick for Fast Ring insiders. However Brandon also confirmed that the Known Issues changelog will be updated only when there is an issue which would have a high impact on the devices.

We would assume that this would be a temporary thing which the company is planning since the team is in its final process of stabilizing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and hence is more concentrating on improving the OS by adding some minor features and improve the performance of the OS before its Public release and not concentrating much on the minor bugs released with the new Insider builds.

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