Windows 10 build 14295 (rs1_release)
|Build of Windows 10 Anniversary Update|
|Timebomb||2016-07-15 (+119 days)|
Windows 10 build 14295 (rs1_release) is the tenth Insider Preview build of Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This build was released to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring on 25 March 2016, then it was released to Slow Ring users on 30 March 2016.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- Narrator and other screen reader apps can't read the menu options in Feedback Hub. It also can't read the text in Cortana and other apps.
- If you use Hyper-V and have a Virtual Switch configured for the network adapter, you may see a red X on the network icon. This error is false and the network will continue to function as normal.
- On some systems with TPM chips, the user may experience glitchy audio and jumpy movement when you use the trackpad. This is due to the
tpm-maintenancetask running constantly in the background instead of boot-up. The workaround is to disable the
tpm-maintenancetask in Task Scheduler.
- PCs that use Windows Hello or a PIN to login to the device will launch the Microsoft Passport service. This causes a few issues on the system such as reduced battery life, audio glitches, issues with Bluetooth keyboard and mice, a decrease in Wi-Fi throughput on Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chipsets, and a decrease in throughput in Bluetooth file transfers. A workaround is to disable the Microsoft Passport service by opening Command Prompt as Administrator, and then run
reg add HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NgcSvc /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 0x4 /f. However, this results in the user being unable to use Windows Hello or a PIN to login.
- After upgrading to this build from 14291, Miracast receiver connections will fail. The workaround is to go to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SharedAccess\in the registry, select StandaloneDhcpAddress and then change the value from "192.168.173.1" to 192.168.137.1.
- Due to an OS reliability issue, some apps can randomly crash.