Here’s what still needs to be fixed in Windows 10 Preview Build 14352
Microsoft’s build 14352 fixes more than 20 annoying issues that prevented Insiders from enjoying a fluid Windows 10 experience. It is actually one of the richest builds in bug fixes, but since we don’t live in a perfect world, there are still some issues to be fixed even in this build. Luckily, there are only three known bugs on the list so far.
Microsoft Edge previously installed extensions don’t work for 15 minutes after your first sign-in. A workaround is available, you need to manually re-install each extension from the Store. This operation will definitely take some time, and Microsoft’s engineering team is working hard to fix this issue by the next build.
Secondly, the new Cortana features brought by this build may not work sometimes. In this case, you should restart your computer as this operation usually gets the features working. You can now tell Cortana to play your favorite songs, by simply saying “Hey Cortana , play <song name>.” This command also works with artists, and playlists from Groove Music.
Thirdly, in certain Microsoft Store apps such as Netflix or Tweetium, users cannot use the keyboard to navigate. The only solution is to use your mouse. This is not a too annoying issue, but for those users who prefer to use the keyboard for navigation, it can be quite frustrating.
In case you discover other issues, don’t forget to send your feedback to Microsoft. Now you can see responses from Microsoft in the Feedback Hub, and you don’t have to wait until the next build to see if the issue you reported is going to get a fix soon.
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