Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17133 for Fast Ring Insiders on Redstone 4. The latest preview build as expected does not come with any new features.

As reported in our previous article the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17133 could actually be the RTM build for Windows 10 Spring Creators update due next month.

The latest build comes with fixes which Microsoft has been testing internally. The company has fixed issue which resulted in certain devices with BitLocker enabled to unexpectedly boot in recent flights. This issue is now fixed.

Users have reported that they are not being able to change the display resolution with 4 or more monitors connected. The issue was caused due to a confirmation prompt hanging when selected “Keep changes” option. This issue has now been fixed and user will now be able to change the display resolution with 4 or more monitors connected.

Microsoft has fixed Edge URL bar issues which caused certain search terms to not do anything when typed in the URL. This is now fixed and users will now be able to search terms without any issues from Microsoft Edge URL bar.

As is expected preview builds generally come with known issues, but the latest Insider Preview Build does not come with any known issue as per the release notes.

After successful testing with Fast Ring Insiders and optimising its performance, we expect Microsoft to push this build to both Slow And Release Ring if no major issues are reported during and after installation giving confirmation that this could be the RTM build which will go out to non insiders next month.

There are currently rumours pointing that Microsoft will be calling the Redstone 4 update as “Spring Creators update” but there is no official announcement made by the Redmond Giant just yet. We will however keep you posted on the name of the company’s next major Windows 10 update as soon as we hear from Microsoft.

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