Windows 10 Preview-build version 14393 changes: 14393 vs 14390

Windows 10 Preview-build version 14393

On Twitter and other social channels tap virtually all industry experts that published in the night today Windows 10-Preview-build version 14393 the “RTM” the Anniversary Updates is, that is, what was once referred to as “release to manufacturing” Has. That August 2 approaches, but is also so tight, 14393 last bugs are accordingly in Build eliminated.

Windows 10 14393 changelog

RTM? RTM or not: This requires relevant question employs Windows Insider for a while, most assume just that Build 14393 is the last version before the release of the Anniversary Updates on or after 2 August. However, the classification as a release to manufacturing has more historic or nostalgic significance for practical: In times of Windows as a Service (waaS) the operating system from Microsoft is constantly updated, the Redmond company can therefore shortly before or follow up on a new edition after a major release.

So it is not surprising that Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows insider program, when announcing Build 14393 per blog entry a possible RTM no mention and also on demand in Twitter silent consistently – and that will probably continue to do so.

Fixes and comparison with 14390 windows 10 build

This build 14393 is available for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile and comes with lot of bugfixes. There are no new features in this build though as the 14393 changelog suggests. In the desktop version, the reliability of launch of Cortana and the Info Center has been improved; iPods are now recognized as a USB mass storage device. In Windows 10 Mobile there are a few more fixes including the infamous battery drain issue of 14390 build and visual voicemail issue on dual SIM devices. The voice recorder works properly as well.

Known Bugs of 14393 build

There are also some known bugs, including a heavy in the Microsoft Surface devices Books and Surface Pro 4 , since triggers a camera driver problem Bluescreens. But this is to be achieved by means of a published via Windows Update driver updates immediately. A few “Known Issues” more has Windows 10 Mobile, including WLAN problems, crashes and resets when you turn off Bluetooth and erratic behavior with PINs in use Wallet, the latter will soon be fixed as app update my store, so Microsoft.

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