Microsoft has released a new version of Redstone 4 for Windows Insiders. Yes, you read it right! Microsoft released the second update for Redstone 4,
After the Fall Creators update. Tech giant Redstone 4 Build 16362 was released in a section of its testers, who chose the Skip Ahead part of the Windows Insiders Quick Episode.
Those who are not in the Skip Ahead portion continue to receive the Fall Creators Update test forms. This current update follows the August version of Windows 10 Build 16353, which was the first build in the RS4 development branch. The second version provides an enhancement to the Windows 10 boot experience, which includes Narrator, Edge, Game Entries, and Windows Shell.
Microsoft’s main focus is on the successful release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is scheduled for October 17, 2017. This simply indicates that Microsoft is primarily working on bug fixes rather than including new features. Microsoft is currently in the early stages of development for the next update. This means that there are still no new features in this new creator.
However, there are still many tweaks to enhance the full experience on personal computers. Building on previous work to automate this process using the user’s current login information, the lock screen shows how the user has customized it with details including Cortana status, calendar, and Windows Spotlight. All of these things can also be customized in the lock screen settings.
Microsoft has made it easy to disable the custom feature by visiting the privacy section of the sign-in options page. The tech giant has also created interesting options for Narrator Control, a feature that automatically reads text on a computer screen. Therefore, users can now define the voice output for the audio channel in Narrator under “Settings” using the new “Sounds for Listening” feature.
In addition to this, Microsoft has also focused on fixing a number of bugs that affect Action Center and Start. Edge now has nine new improvements, including a solution that causes multiple apps to crash if a user tries to sign in to their Facebook account. There was also an issue with uploading files or images on some websites, and Edge crashed after a user tried to install websites on Start.
The final changes speak to posts, with fixes for emoji gestures, gestures, emoji panel tips, bugs causing CPU boosts, and mouse freezes. In addition, other solutions include the missing taskbar icon from the Windows Defender Security Center, random reboots of USB hub.sys, and failed apps from the Microsoft Store.