Windows 10 build 14328

Build of Windows 10 Anniversary Update
OS familyWindows 10 (NT 10.0)
Version number10.0
Build number14328
Build revision1000
Architecturex86, x64
Build labrs1_release
Compiled on2016-04-18
Expiration date
Timebomb2016-07-15 (+88 days)
Enterprise S
Single Language
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Windows 10 build 14328 is the twelfth Insider Preview build of Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This build was released to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring on 22 April 2016. Many of the features that appear in build 14322 also appear here.

New features and changes[edit | edit source]

NOTE: Most of these features and changes also appear in build 14322.

  • Merged the most used apps list and the All apps list into a single view on the Start menu. Moved the user avatar, the power options, Settings, the File Explorer option and any additional folders that the user selects to the far-left side of the Start menu.
  • Added Windows Ink Workspace. This feature enables the user to create sticky notes, draw on a sketchpad, and create annotations on screenshots using Screen Sketch.
  • Added back the all apps list to the full-screen Start menu.
  • You can now choose to only hide the taskbar in tablet mode.
  • The taskbar settings have been moved to the Settings app.
  • The user can now have Cortana on the lock screen. This allows the user to use Cortana without unlocking the device. For certain tasks or those that launch applications, Cortana will prompt the user to unlock their device. To enable Cortana on the lock screen, go to Cortana's settings and under "Lock screen options", turn on "Let me use Cortana even when my device is locked". Hey Cortana must be enabled for this to work.
  • The user can now create new types of reminders in Cortana, these include a photo reminder and a type of reminder on content from UWP apps that use the share contact in Windows, like Microsoft Edge and the News app.
  • Made Cortana easier to setup for new users.
  • The user can now search their files on their personal OneDrive in the cloud.
  • Moved the Action Center icon to the far-right side of the taskbar.
  • Individual app notifications in Action Center no longer show the app icon repeated for each notification, instead grouping them into the header that groups together all the notifications for the selected app.
  • Added insights from Cortana to ensure the user is not missing anything important.
  • You can now add, remove and rearrange the quick actions in Action Center. To do this, navigate to Settings -> System -> Notifications & actions.
  • The Network quick action now takes you to the View Available Network flyout.
  • The taskbar clock is now integrated with the calendar.
  • The taskbar clock is now visible on all monitors in a multiple monitor setup.
  • Added notification badges to the taskbar. For example, when you set an alarm on the Alarms & Clock app, it shows a badge for an active alarm.
  • Updated the volume flyout to allow the user to switch between multiple audio output devices.
  • All pages in the Settings app now have individual icons associated with them. These icons will also been shown when you pin a settings page to Start. A dropdown flyout was also added with page suggestions that will appear when you type into the search box.
  • Updated the pen settings page. It now includes the ability to adjust your pen shortcuts, a new option to ignore touch output while using the pen, and settings for Windows Ink Workspace. The touch keyboard and handwriting panel settings were split up into two.
  • Added the ability to reset an app if it gets into a glitchy state.
  • The Windows Insider Program settings was moved into its own settings page.
  • Virtual desktop users can now switch quickly between desktops using their touchpads.
  • Email addresses are now hidden on the lock screen by default.
  • When you're listening to music, media controls now appear at the bottom-right of the lock screen.
  • Updated the credential and User Account Control dialog user interface
  • Updated the Skype UWP Preview app.
  • Updated the File Explorer icon.
  • File Explorer is not pinned by default.
  • Improved prediction capability on the Japanese IME. You can now expand the prediction candidate window by hitting the Tab key at the bottom of the window to find various formats of date expressions. The conversion result is also shown in the prediction candidate window when the text is long.
  • Added Private mode to the Japanese IME.
  • Improved Cloud suggestions in the Japanese IME.

Bugs and quirks[edit | edit source]

  • After upgrading to this build, there is a chance in which when your PC enters Connected Standby, it may blue screen.
  • After updating to this build, all of the extensions you installed in Microsoft Edge will be removed. You can reinstall these extensions to get them back.
  • Feedback Hub is not localized. As a result, regardless of language, Feedback Hub will be always in US English.
  • Feedback Hub takes about 20–30 minutes after updating to this build to download and hydrate itself. If Feedback Hub is not fully hydrated, mini-survey notifications won't take you anywhere, search won't work, and if you go to Feedback Hub from another app, Feedback will not open.
  • The Desktop App Converter Preview will not run on this build.
  • You can't use the ALT+Y keyboard shortcut for yes in the updated UAC UI.
  • If you are in an app and you click on a link with a URL longer than 260 characters, it will open the "Open with..." dialog instead of opening with your default browser.
  • Groove Music can crash on launch at the splash screen.
  • Playing music in Groove Music within two minutes after login will result in playback errors with the error code 0xc10100ae.
  • Large downloads in Microsoft Edge have a chance to get stuck at 99% completion. The workaround to this bug is to rename the file in your downloads folder after closing the browser.
  • If you have BitLocker/Device Encryption enabled and you try to rollback to a previous build, the app will crash and you will be enable to rollback. To fix the problem, disable BitLocker/Device Encryption and try again.
  • Settings will crash if you try to pin of its pages to Start, resulting in that page not being pinned.
  • You may see square boxes in certain apps when using some of the new emojis.
  • If you upgraded from build 14316, you may see stuck apps in the Store. Those apps will also be seen in Start's all apps list, one real and one pending. The workaround to this bug is to start downloading another app, then pause the download and got to the downloads and update view, and then click the Resume All button.

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