Before the Anniversary Update for Windows 10’s release, Microsoft has managed to fix a lot of issues relating to WiFi, a freeze crash when Bluetooth is off and a Blue Screen of Death caused by a camera driver.
Right now, the final build for the Windows 10 Anniversary update, known as 14393, has taken care of almost all of the issues related to the mobile update. One of those is related to the Wallet app which had an issue with PIN duplication. Another issue is related to the Bluetooth app causing a crash when turned off that now has a workaround and lastly, there is a wifi problem affecting only certain devices that Microsoft is still working on.
The PC update version is still in the process of solving an issue regarding a bad camera driver that causes a Blue Screen of Death on the Surface Book Pro and 4. Once the update rolls out, the bad driver should be deleted and replaced with a functional one.
Some tech bloggers believe that these fixed issues are signs that the Windows 10 Build 14393 is very likely to be the final build for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
On Wednesday afternoon it was moved to the Slow Ring for Windows Insiders which means that the build is now available to a wider audience and various types of hardware which will enable Microsoft to collect valuable information about the update’s performance.
Right now, there are two ISOs available for download on the Slow Ring: Windows 10 Build 14372 and 14366. The 14388 build is missing however, even though it was released on the 15th of July. But it should be available soon. This also means that it will take a while for the Windows 10 Build 14393 to be featured there as well.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is scheduled to be released on the 2nd of August.
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