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Windows 10 21277.1000 rs_prerelease 201207-1443

Good morning, friends! Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 pre-build number 21277 for Windows Insider program members using the Dev channel (formerly “Early access”).

Full build number: Windows 10 21277.1000 rs_prerelease 201207-1443

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As mentioned earlier, Microsoft has given insiders on the Dev channel the ability to get builds from the RS_PRERELEASE branch. These builds will be offered as an optional update in Windows update for those who manually check for updates. This means that insiders need to independently confirm the installation of the build from the RS_PRERELEASE branch. This method of distributing assemblies is temporary. Microsoft plans to move all insiders on the Dev channel to builds from the RS_PRERELEASE branch after the holidays.

Note. Features such as the updated Emoji panel, redesigned touch keyboard and voice input, and theme-based splash screens that were removed at the end of October will once again be available to insiders who have installed this RS_PRERELEASE build. Please note that some of these features are still only available to certain insiders. In the future, they will appear in more users.

If you want to leave everything as it is, you will continue to automatically receive builds from the FE_RELEASE branch until the company transfers all insiders on the Dev channel to the RS_PRERELEASE. It will happen after the holidays. The company still needs insiders who use builds from the FE_RELEASE branch to provide feedback on them. So it’s okay if you decide to stay on these builds.

Be sure to verify out the listing of discovered issues. It is important to note that the lists of fixes and associated bugs differ for the FE_RELEASE and RS_PRERELEASE builds.

Important! After you decide to install an Assembly from the RS_PRERELEASE branch, you can’t go back to getting assemblies from the FE_RELEASE, because the device will have a higher system build number. You can go back to the previous version of the system within ten days if you don’t install another build from the RS_PRERELEASE branch during this time.

We would let you that the Dev channel which can contain quite unpleasant with errors if you are a beginner. If you need more establishment, we recommend switching to the Release Preview channels or Beta (Late access).

Innovations

  • Pre-release x64 emulation for Windows 10 on ARM PC
  • Members of the Windows Insider program who use ARM devices and have installed this build can try out the emulation of x64 applications by installing them from the Microsoft Store or any other source of their choice.

Added support for Unicode Emoji 12.1 and 13.0

Starting with this build, insiders can first get to know the emoticons that Microsoft developed to support Emoji 12.1 and 13.0. This update adds more than 200 new emoticons to Windows, some of which you can see below:

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The company also introduces a gender-neutral Emoji design that you can choose from along with the corresponding female and male options in the Emoji Panel and touch keyboard:

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Also, some changes have been made to existing emoticons to improve consistency between platforms:

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To call up the Emoji Panel and evaluate the changes, use the WIN +combination or WIN +<semicolon>.
Finally, based on feedback, Microsoft has made several improvements to the search terms for emoticons. If in the new build you still find that the expected emoticons are not shown in the search, don’t forget to send the appropriate feedback.

Changes and improvements

  • Updated the animation when opening or closing the window to make the transition smoother. Notice the difference?
  • Now you can use the “Sketch on a screen fragment” function in creating a screenshot using WIN + Shift + S, and then paste it to the desired folder in file Explorer to store the screenshot in the selected location.
  • The touch keyboard in portrait method on 2-in-1 devices immediately supports split keyboard mode. (This development was earlier released to insiders on the Beta channel as a component of the Windows Feature Experience Pack update).
  • You can now delete the Scissors tool from the system. If you decide to delete it, you can always reinstall the tool on the “Additional Components” page in the “Settings”.
  • Some changes have been made to improve the graph scaling logic on the Performance tab in the task Manager.
  • Updated the “registry Editor”. Now CTRL + Backspace is supported in the search field, key renaming field, and other places to quickly delete words.
  • When you use the Delete key or the Close button in Notification Center to clear notification groups, the narrator will now report that the notification group has been cleared, rather than simply moving the focus to the next notification group.
  • Based on feedback, Microsoft has adjusted some lines in the offline map’s settings to make them more understandable.
  • To help you find what you’re looking for faster, the company has updated the folder logic in the list of all apps in the start menu. Now, if a folder contains only one item, this item will be displayed instead of the folder.

Corrections

  • Fixed an issue that caused some users to get the error code 0x80070426 when using their Microsoft account to log in to various applications.
  • Fixed an issue where search in Explorer sometimes unexpectedly returned results from subfolders, even if the search was restricted to a specific folder.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the “Invalid directory name” error when trying to open a file from a saved search in file Explorer.
  • Fixed an issue where after performing a search from Explorer and clicking the arrow next to the column header to see the list of available filters, the list would hang during the “Calculate filters…” stage and not display any options.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the apostrophe to display incorrectly in tooltips for power options in the start menu.
  • Fixed an issue where Microsoft Edge Windows could unexpectedly group with file Explorer in the taskbar.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a crash explorer.exe when switching virtual desktops using a gesture on the touch panel.
  • Fixed an issue where the acrylic texture was not applied to the login screen if you used an option in the start menu to switch users.
  • Fixed a situation where the Windows Security icon in the notification area could always display a warning, even though there were no warnings in the Windows Security app.
  • Fixed an error in once you go in Settings” then Privacy lastly Notifications.
  • Fixed an issue that affected the loading performance of the login Options page for some users.
  • Fixed an issue where the MS-settings: sign in options-launch security key enrollment URI did not open the security key management settings on the login Options page.
  • Fixed an issue where your name and profile picture might be unexpectedly missing from the banner at the top of the Settings app.
  • Fixed an issue that affected the loading performance of the login Options page for some users.
  • Fixed an issue where the MS-settings: sign in options-launch security key enrollment URI did not open the security key management settings on the login Options page.
  • Fixed an issue where your name and profile picture might be unexpectedly missing from the banner at the top of the Settings app.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the Windows update settings to say that the battery saver feature is enabled, even if it is disabled.
  • Fixed an issue where you might suddenly see the message ” Closing 1 app and shutting down. Task Host is preventing background duties” linked to the sync language setting, even though no applications are open.
  • Fixed an issue that caused printers with Japanese characters in the name to display incorrectly in the “Printers and scanners” section in the “Settings”.
  • Fixed an issue where the “sync your settings” link was still displayed in the “Background” section of Settings, although This feature is no longer supported.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some apps in the “Apps and Features” section to unexpectedly darken.
  • Fixed an issue where the screenshot was not copied to the clipboard after using the WIN + Shift + s combination.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a GSOD with the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error when playing games with the “GPU Scheduling with hardware acceleration” feature enabled.
  • Fixed an issue where slightly dragging a modifier key on the touch keyboard (for example, CTRL or Shift) while holding it could cause the key to sticking.
  • Fixed an issue where the clipboard icon on the touch keyboard (when there is content available for insertion) was too small.
  • Fixed several issues that affected the performance of the touch keyboard.
  • Fixed an issue that affected the stability of the touch keyboard in previous builds.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the borders of some keys on the touch keyboard to match the colour of the key when using high contrast.
  • Fixed an issue where when using high-contrast elements in the touch keyboard language list, the text colour was unexpectedly disabled.
  • Fixed an issue that affected the use of the touch keyboard with “narrator”.
  • Fixed an issue where the touch keyboard could not select suggested words after selecting an item from the clipboard history.
  • Fixed an issue where the touch keyboard would crash if you tried to enter an alternate character (by holding down a key) in the password field.
  • Fixed an issue that occurred for users of the touch keyboard that caused restarting explorer.exe could lead to further cyclical restarts explorer.exe.
  • Fixed an issue where Japanese IME might not display the current furigana in the string after re-converting.
  • Fixed an issue where the “Kana” input mode state in the Japanese IME context menu did not sync with the actual state.
  • Fixed an issue with Japanese IME that caused an unexpected increase in system load. ctfmon.exe after each focus switch.
  • Fixed an issue where the up/down arrows for selecting browser suggestions stopped working when entering text in the browser’s address bar using Japanese IME after using a space to convert the string.
  • Some fixes have been made to resolve issues with the new voice input interface.
  • Fixed an issue where attempting to use voice input with aeroplane mode enabled would result in an expected large authorization pop-up window.
  • Fixed an issue where voice input could hang on initialization and not start listening.
  • Fixed an issue where if voice input was open and you switched the language, it could start listening again.
  • Fixed an issue where the close notifications button didn’t work on touch-screen devices.
  • Fixed an issue where “notification Center” sometimes unexpectedly displayed empty when notifications were available.
  • Fixed an issue where the indent from the notification to the taskbar didn’t match the indent from the notification to the side of the screen.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the quick focus action to not respond to actions, and switching to focus settings would cause the Settings app to crash.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the Notepad icon to display incorrectly in the title bar if you ran Notepad with the command %windir%notepad.exe.
  • Fixed an issue where you might see the display turn on after exiting Modern Standby mode, but soon after, an error would appear stating that the display took too long to turn on.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some insiders to encounter a GSOD concerning a memory management issue.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some insiders to encounter a GSOD with the System Service Exception error.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause sections in the Performance tab in task Manager to not respond to the scroll wheel or touchpad gestures
  • Fixed an issue where the “power Consumption” and “power consumption Trend ” columns in the” task Manager ” did not display arrows indicating the direction of sorting by this column.

Known Issue

  • Engineers are working on an error that caused many users to notice a pop-up message saying “your computer has a problem and it will restart in 1 minute” after logging into the Windows active directory or azure Active directory account. If you encounter this problem, quickly save your data so that the system will restart automatically.
  • We investigate reports that the system update process may hang for a long time when trying to install a new build.
  • The real-time preview for pinned site tabs is not yet available to all insiders, so you can see a grey window when you hover over the thumbnail on the taskbar. Engineers are working to improve this feature.
  • Engineers enable a new taskbar feature for already installed websites. However, you can uninstall a site from the taskbar, remove it from the edge://apps page, and then install it again.
  • We are investigating an issue where after installing this version, the “Settings” – > “System” – > “memory” – > “disk and volume Management” section doesn’t show any disks.

I wish you a successful update!

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