Windows 10 Build 10074 gets bug fixes with the latest update


Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Build 10074 to Insiders. As expected, the build includes a handful of bugs here and there. However, Microsoft has released an update to fix some of these bugs. The company released KB3061161 update which fixes some of the most important bugs, here’s the changelog:

  • The Start menu and Cortana do not open on Windows 10 Insider Preview after upgrading from Windows 10 Technical Preview
  • Windows Error Reporting data remain in queue and are not uploaded
  • Updated versions of preinstalled apps might not install with error 0x8004264A after upgrading to Windows 10 Insider Preview
  • Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth radio controllers might not function and indicate a Code 43 error in Device Manager
  • Automatic updates might not initiate on mobile devices if an app on the device is not in the Store catalog
  • Apps that are deployed to an SD card on mobile devices might not install or open
  • This update fixes a hang that can occur when updating battery status
  • This update enables the Dolby Digital Plus codec

As you can see the latest update includes a bunch of bug fixes. If you’re running Build 10074, head over to Settings > Windows Update and Check for updates to install KB3061161.

Source: Microsoft

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