Microsoft will release Windows 10 Redstone 4 gradually to users across the world as part of an approach that has been used before for the other updates as well. This means that not everyone will receive it on day one, but instead Microsoft will have more time to fix issues with software and hardware according to the configurations of users across the world.
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Microsoft has released a new build for the Windows Insiders in the Slow Ring as the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update will be released to the public next month. Windows 10 Build 17120 is available for Slow Ring Insiders. The update comes with many fixes and improvements.

Microsoft is improving Windows Defender Application Gaurd (WDAG) on the basis of the feedback gathered from the Insiders. Microsoft has also improved the performance of the Windows Defender Application Gaurd by fixing the bugs reported by the beta testers. Microsoft has added a feature that allows users to export or download the files from their browsing session. The company, however, notes that feature must be turned on by the user in Windows 10 Enterprise edition.

“Once the feature is enabled, users will be able to download files into a folder created in their Downloads folder and open all files on the host,” Microsoft’s Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider program said in a blog post.

Microsoft has also explained in the blog post that Windows Mixed Reality platform might not work as expected, for example, the Inbox apps might fail to load occasionally. Windows Mixed Reality could also crash in some cases. The company notes that there are no known issues in this build for general users.

Windows 10 Redstone 4 performance seems smooth after updating to Build 17120. Microsoft is testing Build 17123 with the Fast Ring Insiders. This build moves Windows 10 Redstone 4 update one step closer to the RTM build expected to be released this month to the Release Preview Ring Insiders. Redstone 4 update having no known issues is definitely good news, and it confirms that the next Windows 10 update will be finalized on time.

Microsoft has already confirmed that the Redstone 4 will be called the Spring Creators Update, but the company is yet to announce the release date. It’s likely that the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update will be compiled this month and released to all users in April. It’s worth noting that Windows 10 Redstone 4 will be rolled out gradually to users across the world, this means that not everyone will receive it on day one.

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