August 2 is approaching and this is the date when the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be officially launched. Until then, Microsoft will continue to drop builds for Fast Ring Insiders and the latest one carries the number 14385. It brings many fixes and improvements for both PCs and mobile devices, and in this article we’ll tell you more about the changelog.
Windows 10 Build 14385 For PC:
Microsoft has removed the daily notification that warned users that Windows evaluation copy will expire on July 15. There were too many frustrated uses whose patience was tested for too much time, and Microsoft has acknowledged that this message had to disappear.
The developers have improved the battery life for Surface tablets, they fixed a problem related to Spotify and a Google Chrome window that got clipped on the top after maximizing. There was a Mobile Hotspot bug that caused the host device to go bluescreen and reboot when it was using a 5GHz band and the users was surfing certain pages, so the problem was fixed. A pin prompt was displaying when connecting to certain VPNs and this problem was fixed as well. There were also issues with LastPass and AdBlock extensions for Microsoft Edge which were not showing the context menu correctly, and lastly, there have been made some changes to the “Projecting to a PC” auto-discoverability.
Windows 10 Build 14385 For Mobile Devices:
Microsoft has extended battery life on Lumia 1520, 930 and 830, it solved a problem with the SIM name on a dual SIM phone and it made possible for users to open PDFs in Microsoft Edge and to interact (scroll, pan and zoom) with these files via touch.
You can read more about these changes on Microsoft’s official website. The previous major Preview build (14361) was released at the beginning of June and it introduced LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge, Hyper-V Container, Windows Ink improvements etc.