Latest Windows Insider Update comes with more issues than fixes
As we’ve told you a few days ago, Microsoft released a new update for Windows Insiders. Now, though, it’s obvious this new update brought more problems than new features or fixes.
The first issue that Insiders reported was related to the Skype Preview application, which was randomly crashing for most of them. It seems that this problem can’t be fixed yet, but Microsoft claims that it is already working on a solution to fix the problem soon.
According to other users, there is a problem with the Windows Camera application, which causes images to come out slightly blue or dark. Keep in mind that the problematic version is numbered 2016.1130.1 and it should affect only Windows Insiders.
However, this issue was not found on all the devices and only a few users have complained about it. If you have this issue on your device, then don’t worry, because there is a way to fix it before Microsoft releases a patch for it. All you will need to do is switch the camera to the manual mode by tapping the arrow on the top at the screen. Once you do this, you will notice settings such as white balance, ISO, shutter speed, brightness, etc. We suggest you not change those settings and just leave them the way they are, and the camera will work without any problems.
Microsoft already fixed the camera issue
According to Microsoft, there is already a fix for this issue but it will be released sometime soon for the Insiders. Unfortunately, the company has not mentioned when exactly this will happen, the reason why we’ve offered a solution to this problem.
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