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Windows 10 Build 17112 is now rolling out to the Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, and just like the previous build, this one also comes with bug fixes as Microsoft is now stabilizing the performance of the Redstone 4 update. The build has been released to the Fast Ring Insiders and it brings improvements, general fixes and refinements.

Windows 10 Build 17112 has a long list of bug fixes, however, as we noted, no new features have been added to the operating system with today’s release. Windows 10 Redstone 4 update is expected to be finalized as soon as next month, as a result, Microsoft won’t be making any major changes to the platform.

Microsoft explains in a blog post that two issues will be impacting the usability of Windows Mixed Reality on this build, for example, the build will cause the Windows Mixed Reality system to crash, and it would run at very low frame rate. If you would like to skip this build and wait for the fix, you can below these steps:

  • Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program.
  • Click “Stop Insider Preview builds” button.
  • Select “Pause updates for a bit”.
  • And this will pause Insider Preview builds for you.

Windows 10 Build 17112 Full Changelog

Microsoft is fixing an issue with the screenshot feature where the notification screenshot would open the Xbox app home page instead of the screenshot. The company has finally fixed an issue with Microsoft Edge that was causing a tab to turn black if you dragged it out of a window.

The company has also addressed an issue where the Recovery partitions were listed in Defragment and Optimize Drives, creating confusion for users. Another critical issue has been where Windows 10 S users might not be able to launch some apps from the Microsoft Store as the apps end up stuck behind the File Explorer window. Microsoft is also improving Action Center with this build by allowing users to close the window by pressing Esc key.

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