Microsoft has today released a new Redstone 4 insider preview build 17120 on the fast ring branch. As we have already reported earlier that new builds from now on won’t get any new feature and rather would contain more bug fixes and performance improvements.  Windows 10 Spring Creators Update aka “Redstone 4” is slated to release for all Windows 10 users next month.

Microsoft has introduced improvements in the Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) based on feedback from users. Insiders request on feedback hub to allow the download of files within WDAG. So with this release Windows users can download files from their WDAG session on their device. Microsoft has given a sequence of steps that can be manually enabled by users to see it in action.

As announced last week Microsoft now allows Insiders to see the latest features coming this to the Windows Mixed Reality platform. Microsoft has also requested users to give their feedback on the features of mixed reality platform on feedback hub. They can visit this link to give feedback. Microsoft had also given a workaround for the issue of failure of 360 viewer extension of Edge in Mixed Reality when opening it from “launch” button after installing. Manually enabling it after opening Edge browser would work for this issue.

Microsoft has fixed various issues like the incorrect rendering of the UAC dialog, OneNote crashing while using its touch to drag and drop feature and crashing of touch keyboard focus is moved to certain password fields. There are no major known issues in this build as per the blog post. Windows 10 Redstone 4 would soon enter the RTM status and Insiders will then receive only cumulative updates for bug fixes.

To download this build Windows insiders must enable the Fast Ring branch of development from the Windows Settings and then check for update.

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