Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14332 fixes

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Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 for Both PC and Mobile. Here is list of some fixes in Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.

Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 fix:

Fixed the issue causing some PCs to bluescreen (bug check) when entering Connected Standby after updating to the latest build from the Development Branch.

Fixed the issue where some large downloads may appear to get stuck at 99% completion in Microsoft Edge.

Fixed an issue which made it look like you couldn’t drag and drop to reorder your favorites on the Favorites Bar.

Fixed the issue causing Groove Music to crash on launch at the splash screen.

Fixed an issue where adding a song to Groove Music’s Now Playing list might cause the current song to stop playing and start over.

Fixed the issue where PCs are unable to go back to a previous Insider Preview build via “Go back to an earlier build” under Settings > Update & security > Recovery if they have BitLocker/Device Encryption enabled.

Improvements to the share UI for Cortana Reminders. The experience is much more polished now.

Improved reliability of the Chinese IME.

Going forward (from this build), apps for which you’ve selected “Show windows from this app on all desktops” will be remembered after you update to a new build.

Fixed an issue where the taskbar’s overflow tray for notification area (systray) icons was not being padded correctly for certain multi-monitor setups.

Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 fix an issue where the Game Bar would not appear if the DPI had been changed from 150% to 100%.

Fixed an issue where notifications with more content sometimes could not be expanded in the Action Center.

Fixed an issue where tiles on the Start menu might flash at the wrong size after exiting tablet mode.

Fixed an issue where the battery icon in the notification area might display incorrectly after a DPI change.

Fixed an issue where clicking on the “X” button on a window in Task View removed the thumbnail, but the title and X button would still be shown.

When an app is displayed in the Start menu with the name “@{}”), there will now be an option to uninstall it.

Fixed an issue where re-directed folder Libraries would appear as duplicate folder entries in the File Explorer navigation pane.

Fixed an issue for multi-monitor users, where launching a desktop (Win32) app from Start would result in the full-screen video being played on the other monitor getting minimized.

Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 fix an issue where the Settings app would crash if you tried to pin a settings page to Start.

Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 fix an issue where opening Windows Defender from the Settings app would fail.

Fixed an issue resulting in blurry and/or overlapped text in Start’s All apps list.

Fixed an issue where the touch keyboard might not come up in the password field after you switched users on the Lock screen.

Fixed an issue where Windows Spotlight wouldn’t remember if you had already said you liked that image the last time you locked your PC.

Here’s what’s fixed for Windows 10 Mobile Build 14332:

Improvements to the share UI for Cortana Reminders. The experience is much more polished now.

Fixed an issue where a press and hold on the Camera Quick Action in Action Center wouldn’t do anything. Now it will launch the Camera app.

Fixed an issue resulting in the Lumia 435, 532, 535 and 540 being unable to take photos with the Camera app.

Fixed an issue where typed text would be invisible in Cortana when the OS was set to light mode under Settings > Personalization > Colors.

Fixed an issue with the Italian keyboard where certain words would get auto-capitalized after a comma (acting as it would if it was a period instead).

Improved the performance of opening Settings > Update & security > For developers.

Fixed an issue where Cyrillic characters would be lowercase in list headers (for example, in the All apps list).

Fixed an issue where pulling your headphones out to answer a call would result in the music playing out loud once the call had ended.

For phones that support adjusting the brightness automatically, this setting will now be enabled by default after a restore or hard reset.

Insiders can now set the time for how long it should be for Windows to require you to sign in again via Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options with Windows Hello set up.

Fixed an issue that blocked you from renaming your device.

Fixed an issue where the Lock screen quick status numbers might appear drawn under the navigation bar.

This is the list of Windows 10 Insider Build 14332 fix. If you want to know what is new in Windows 10 Insider Build 14332, Check here.