Here’s what got fixed, improved, and is still broken in Windows 10 for PCs build 14965


#Windows10 #MicrosoftHere’s what got fixed, improved, and is still broken in Windows 10 for PCs build 14965 : Microsoft today released this week’s Fast ring build, which was Windows 10 Insider Preview 14965 for both PC and Mobile. The build contains a number of new features, although it’s mostly minor stuff.

The company notes that it kicked off its Bug Bash for the Windows 10 Creators Update this week. If you’re interested, head over to the Feedback Hub and get started on some Quests.

As usual, there’s a long list of fixes, improvements, and known issues for today’s build. Here’s what got fixed and improved in Windows 10 for PCs build 14965:

  • We have fixed the issue causing Internet Explorer to crash a few seconds after launch.
  • We fixed an issue where, when using Cortana in French (France or Canada), the “Prendre une ” (take a picture, video, or selfie) command was redirecting to a Bing search rather than opening the Camera app as expected.
  • We’ve made some graphics improvements so the system will now respond better when WIN + L is pressed while playing a full screen game.
  • We’ve updated the ALT + F4 Shutdown dialog to better respond to DPI changes when connected to an external monitor. We also fixed an issue where the tooltips for the taskbar notification area items would be incorrectly sized after a DPI change until rebooting the machine or otherwise signing out and back in.
  • We’ve fixed an issue where File Explorer might crash when creating or renaming a folder on a network share.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the text on the Outlook Calendar tile on the Start menu being slightly fuzzy.
  • We fixed an issue where deleted files might reappear in File Explorer with a 0 byte size.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in a Windows Default Lock Screen window sometimes appearing after logging in.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in File Explorer crashing after right-clicking an app in Task Manager and selecting “Open File Location”.