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Windows 10 Build 17127 is now available for the Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring with Cortana and general improvements. The main focus of this build is Cortana and the bugs. Microsoft in a blog post has confirmed that the build has no known issues as we are getting closer to the public release of Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.

Windows 10 Build 17127 is available for Fast Ring Insiders with Cortana related improvements. Microsoft is today introducing a new profile page in Cortana and the page is powered by cloud so it would sync across all devices. The profile page in Cortana allows you to edit the favourite places.

Microsoft explains that the favourites can be edited from Notebook. To edit this, open the Notebook section in Cortana and click on the button that sits beside your name. With this feature, you can update the places you have added earlier for traffic updates. Microsoft says that you can also edit the reminders when you arrive or leave the place. Microsoft has promised that the profile page will soon cover your Accounts, Interests, family and more.

Microsoft is also improving the performance of Cortana’s Notebook and the feature is now available in more countries;¬†United States, Canada, United Kingdom, India, Germany, Australia, Spain, China, France, Italy, Japan Mexico and Brazil. The Notebook now loads faster, however, some features and experience may vary depending on the country where Cortana is supported.

The company is adding a set of tips for questions that you can ask Cortana for News, Weather and Sports. Cortana if asked will put the information you requested and you can also type it out yourself.

“Starting today, these changes will be rolling out to all Insiders in supported markets who are on RS4 and RS5 builds,” the company said.

Microsoft is still investigating issues with Windows Mixed Reality platform. While some bugs have been fixed, in some cases, the holograms may appear empty. There’s another bug where the shell could restart when switching between places.

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