It seems that Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 build that comes with many fixes and other features.
The Windows 10 Build 10532 follows the previous Build 10525 but unfortunately, it doesn’t fix the incompatibilities issues with the Google Chrome. This proved again that there are always issues when you’re beta testing.
However, it seems that the Windows 10 Build 10532 comes with some new features that will be added to the stable Windows 10 build. The 10532 build comes with improvements to the consistency of the user interface, the context menu received a more uniform styling, but it seems that the developers are still keeping the light and dark theme.
The Windows Feedback button has been expanded and now it features more sharing options, allowing you to copy and paste your feedback into other websites or applications such as forums or direct mail. The language pack support has been returned to the beta, as Microsoft promised.
Unfortunately, the Windows 10 Mobile release date is still being delayed mostly because of some bugs and issues the developers have found. Microsoft said that they have the developers working on those fixes and they will make sure that all the bugs and issues are fixed before the Windows 10 Mobile gets released.
In case you are testing the Windows 10 Build 10532, we remind you that the Google Chrome 64bit is currently not working. However, the Google Chrome 32bit and the Google Chrome Canary work without any problems.
It seems that the Windows Hello feature has some issues in this Windows 10 build 10532, when you are trying to use the face recognition. However, in case you are using the fingerprints, passwords and PINs, you should not have any problems.
We remind you that the Windows Insider program is ongoing and it’s available for anyone who wants to test out new Windows 10 builds. However, we remind you that these builds are usually full of bugs and can be quite annoying. The good part is that you will be able to see what new feature will be added to the future stable Windows 10 versions.
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