Windows 10 build 14946 is now rolling out for Windows fast ring insiders. Earlier, we had reported that the company is testing build 14946 internally and the build was compiled on October 7, 2016. If you are a fast ring insider member, check your updates for Windows 10 Redstone 2 PC build 14946.1000 and Mobile build 10.0.14946. Previously, the company had released build 14942 for insiders.
Customizing your precision touchpad experience (PC): When you go into Settings > Devices > Touchpad, you will now find a section called “Other gestures”. In this section, you now have basic customization options for your three and four finger gestures. For taps, you can select between Cortana, Action Center, play/pause or middle mouse button, and for left/right swipes, you can select between switching apps or switching virtual desktops.
Updated Wi-Fi Settings page (PC and Mobile): Team added a new setting to the Wi-Fi settings page. When you go to Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi on your PC, then turn Wi-Fi off, you can now select a time under “Turn Wi-Fi back on” to have it turn on automatically after the amount of time you choose. It’s set to Manually by default in this build.
Team also continuing to move functionality from the Wi-Fi (legacy) screen to the new Wi-Fi settings screen on Mobile. After you turn off Wi-Fi, choose a time under Turn Wi-Fi back on to have it turn on automatically after the amount of time you choose. Based on what we heard from customers in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, team changed the default setting from “In 1 hour” to Manually in this build.
Recently, Microsoft released cumulative update KB3194798 (Build 14393.321), KB3192441 (build 10586.633) and KB3192440 (Build 10240.17146) for Windows 10 users. Windows 10 preview build 14931 is also now available for Slow ring insiders. You can download ISO from here.
The company also warned insider members that initial Redstone 2 builds will be more buggy than usual. Microsoft next major updates Redstone 2 and Redstone 3 are coming in 2017.