Here’s what’s improved and fixed in Windows 10 Build 14393.82


Just a few weeks after the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 14393.82 to Windows Insiders for PCs and Mobile devices. Microsoft released the update via a cumulative update for Windows 10 PCs (KB3176932). However, the company re-released the same build last night with an additional bug fix with KB3176934. Microsoft provided a changelog for the second cumulative update, but the company just released the full changelog for the first cumulative update. According to the changelog, build 14393.82 improves the reliability of Network Controller, DNS Server, and Group Managed Service Accounts. In addition to this, Microsoft has also improved the reliability of Internet Explorer, PowerShell, the Windows Kernel, Windows Store, and Active Directory with build 14393.82.

With build 14393.82, Microsoft has also addressed the issue which prevented users from using external media to play something on their Xbox One via the Cast to Device menu. As for Windows 10 Mobile, there aren’t a lot of fixes — however, Microsoft has fixed the issue which prevented 3G and 4G options from appearing correctly in the Settings app. Apart from that, there are a couple of other bug fixes which should improve the overall experience of the OS on your PC and Mobile. Here’s the full changelog:

  • Improved reliability of Network Controller, DNS server, gateways, Storage Spaces Direct, Group Managed Service Accounts, remote procedure calls (RPC), PowerShell, Internet Explorer, printer pairing and interoperability, the Windows kernel, Media Core, the Store, Connected Standby, Cluster Health service, the Hypervisor debugger and platform, and Active Directory.
  • Improved performance for Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) with many nodes or disks, scrolling lists on Xbox, DHCP address acquisition, Active Directory queries, and the Cluster Health service.
  • Addressed issue that prevents external media from playing on Xbox One using the Cast to Device menu.
  • Addressed issue that causes the Mouse events to be not recognized sometimes in Internet Explorer.
  • Addressed issue that slows the rendering and resizing of nested tables in Internet Explorer.
  • Addressed issue that was not causing the UI layout to be updated correctly in Internet Explorer 11 quirks mode.
  • Addressed issue that was causing nodes to be disconnected from a Cluster service intermittently.
  • Addressed issue with the 3G and 4G options not shown correctly in Windows 10 Mobile settings.
  • Addressed additional issues with MDM enrollment for an Azure Active Directory tenant, software compatibility, poor rendering of Yu Gothic font family, Cortana, slow connections to cluster shares, Xbox One cannot launch the Netflix app using the DIAL protocol, Xbox sound volume and music playback, all video stops while audio plays in a Movies & TV app, incorrect scaling of Internet Explorer’s first-run dialog, driver setup, Windows Update for Business, apps failing to install after resetting device, boot failure with Hyper-V and BitLocker enabled, Cache Manager, Cluster Health service, cannot alter roles and features on a locked down machine, disk-to-enclosure mappings not working, PowerShell, missing lock screen image, fitness tracker not recognized as a mass storage device, synchronization not working between Intune and Azure Active Directory (AAD), failed Wi-Fi Skype calls, poor streaming playback using progressive download, failed cancellation of Store download, extensions for Microsoft Edge, incorrect Lock screen UI after resuming from hibernate and sleep and blocked installation of Store game bundles.

Keep in mind that this build isn’t available for the public just yet. If you are a Windows Insider in the Release Preview ring, you will be able to install build 14393.82 by heading over to Windows Update ion the Settings app. As for the public, Microsoft will probably roll it out if the build passes internal testing and if there isn’t any critical issues with it. If you have been using build 14393.92 on your Windows 10 device, let us know what you think of it in the comments section below.