Microsoft today released Windows 10 preview build 17760.1 (rs5_release) to Insiders in the Fast ring that brings plenty of fixes, improvements. Also, Microsoft announced that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update will be fully compatible with all major Tencent games. “Game compatibility can be challenging due to the complexity of the games and reliance on anti-cheat services,” the company wrote.
We’ve done this by partnering closely with Tencent to test these games, investigate issues and produce fixes. Our hard work has paid off: we are pleased to say that this will be a successful release for our shared customers! We encourage all game developers or partners that produce anti-cheat software to reach out to us so that we can ensure compatibility for your products as well.
Along with this, the latest Redstone 5 build 17760.1 brings several bug fixes for Microsoft edge that include
Fixed rendering problems in certain types of PDFs in the Edge browser. Windows 10 insider team solved Microsoft Edge crashing after pressing F12 on some web pages when indubitable extensions were enabled. An issue that could cause a crash when using swipe to navigate back in Microsoft Edge Now resolved and fixed an issue resulting in the icons on Microsoft Edge error pages not being visible on localized builds.
Some other fixes include:
Fixed the issue causing apps that use .NET 4.7.1 to not work correctly in previous builds.
Fixed an underflow in the Windows Security app that could result in the UI unexpectedly showing a very large number of threats had been found.
Microsoft says there are currently no known issues with the Windows 10 October 2018 Update Preview Build 17760. But, of course, if you do notice anything, the company encourages you to let them know via the Feedback Hub.
If your device is enrolled in the fast ring insider program you can install this latest update (Windows 10 build 17760), from Settings, navigate to Windows Update, and check for new updates.
Note: The build is a preview build of the next big update “Redstone 5” scheduled to be finalized in September and it would begin rolling out to the general public in the first or second week of October 2018.