Microsoft will no longer provide a list of known issues for Windows 10 Insider builds

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Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 Insider preview build after a 2 week-long break. The company released build 16273 today with the usual list of new features and improvements — but curious Insiders may have noticed that the build announcement was missing a list of known bugs. That’s not because the build doesn’t have any broken things — in fact, Microsoft will no longer provide a list of known issues for every Windows 10 Insider build.

That’ll only be the case if a build doesn’t include any major issue that’ll impact the majority of Windows Insiders, which means you’ll still get notified when there’s a major bug in a release:

Microsoft not providing a list of known issues for Insider builds isn’t really a big deal. Most of the Windows 10 Insider builds don’t include any major bugs — and if you are running Fast Ring builds, you really should not be surprised by the minor issues.