Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10532 Released with Chrome Bug

Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10532 Released with Chrome Bug

Windows-10Microsoft has began pushing out Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10532 to users of the Fast Ring yesterday as part of their Windows Insiders Program which gives users early access to Windows 10 builds.

Being part of the Fast Ring of Windows Insider means you’re getting the updates first, just after internal Microsoft does and you’ll be on the cutting edge as far as Windows 10 builds go. However, being the first in line for updates comes at a price. Bugs, Bugs and more Bugs!

Improvements in Build 10532 includes improvement to context menus, ability to share windows feedback via a new Windows Feedback app, and of course a slew of bug fixes from previous builds.

Known issues in Build 10532 includes Windows Hello face sign-on not working with some devices and if you are running Google Chrome 64-bit, it will crash at launch. The 32-bit version of Chrome works fine as does 64-Bit Google Chrome Canary build.

In related news, Microsoft announced earlier this week that Windows 10 has hit 75 million installs in less than a month of releasing its new operating system.

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