Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10061: Here are some issues which have been fixed
Microsoft has promised to release new Builds for both Desktops / Tablets and Phones on a more regular basis what means that we will get new Builds earlier and more often. Currently this seems to be working pretty since we have lately got a new Windows 10 Technical Preview Build for Phones which has already received an Update with some bug fixes. And now we are also having a new Build for Desktop PC, since yesterday Build 10061 is available to download through Windows Update, but only if you are set to get new Builds via Fast Ring.
However, as you may have noticed, we have already published an article were you can have a look at all the new features which are coming with the Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10061. There are for example the completely overhauled and redesigned Calendar and Mail Apps. Furthermore ther have made some improvements to the Continuum Mode and the Task View.
So these are a few new features which can be tried in the new Build but there are also some cool fixes which Microsoft has included in this Build to bring you an even better experience with Windows 10, a detailed list of fixed issues can be found below:
We have fixed the issue where Indexing of new email in Outlook was not working.
We have fixed the issue with Hyper-V preventing you from enabling it.
- Visual Studio:
Visual Studio will no longer crash when creating a new Universal app project.
- Project Spartan:
We fixed a few issues in Project Spartan. You can now double-click on the titlebar to maximize. We have also made some tweaks to the alignment of the Favorites Bar so that the text and icons no longer appear partially below the bottom of the Favorites Bar.
Drop me a comment below with your thoughts about the Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10061 and do not forget to check out our article where you can find all new features of Build 10061. Stay tuned for further information about this and upcoming Builds of Windows 10 for Dekstops and Phones.
Source: Windows Blog