The fast pace of new testing build releases continues for the fifth week in a row as Microsoft has shipped Windows 10 Build 14267 for desktop and tablets based devices - its fifth new build in as many weeks.
This is also the first build where we are actually seeing almost as many new features compared to the known issues and bug fixes.
This gallery will walk you through the new features, the majority of them being in Microsoft Edge, as it appears Redstone development has moved beyond the under the hood phase which has been its focus over the last two months.
Bug fixes in this build include:
- Choosing “Reset This PC” under Settings > Update & Security > Recovery should now work as expected.
- You should no longer see a WSClient.dll error dialog after logging in.
- The front-facing camera should be usable again on PCs with Intel RealSense cameras and you should be able to use Windows Hello again.
- We fixed an issue where incorrect storage capacity was provided for the system volume (the hard drive in which Windows is installed on) under Settings > System > Storage.
The only known issue for this build is related to Hyper-V and virtual networking adapters:
If you’re using Hyper-V and upgrade to this build with more than one vswitch or have multiple virtual networking adapters (including legacy), you may lose networking connectivity after upgrade. To get network connectivity back, there are two workarounds available:
- Remove all the virtual network adapters connected to the vswitch, delete the vswitch and recreate it, then reconnect their virtual NIC to the new vswitch.
- Admin command prompt, do “netcfg -d” will wipe-out all the vswitch settings so that you can start from scratch.
Let us know how your upgrade and testing goes with this latest build.