Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 14352 to insiders part of the fast ring in an attempt to pave the way for the upcoming Anniversary Update coming in the summer and try out the latest improvements ahead of the rumored July launch date.

Although there are several new features available in this build that are certainly good news for those who look forward to the Anniversary Update, there’s something else that deserves to be excited about. The number of known issues in preview builds is dropping significantly, and this can only be a good thing, given the fact that the public release is projected to take place in approximately two months.

Windows 10 build 14352, for example, comes with just three different known issues on PCs, and none of them is something that could significantly impact your experience. All but one have a workaround and are very likely to be patched in the next build.

Known issues in Windows 10 build 14352

The first known bug that Microsoft revealed impacts Microsoft Edge extensions – this is a feature that’s projected to make its debut in the summer with the Anniversary Update but is already available for insiders in these preview builds.

In this build, extensions might not work for approximately 15 minutes after you sign in for the first time, but Microsoft says that you can fix this by simply reinstalling the extensions from the Store. This isn’t quite a handy workaround, but expect a full fix in the next build.

The next bug concerns Cortana, and if you’re a fan of the digital assistant, you’re going to be disappointed with it. The new Cortana features arriving in this build, including support for voice commands to play music in Groove, might not work on your PC. Once again, Redmond recommends to restart the PC, and everything should be working correctly after that.

And last but not least, it’s important to know that, in some Store apps, using the keyboard might not be possible, so turning to the mouse is the only workaround for the moment.

And that’s it. Microsoft is expected to implement fixes for all three bugs in the next build, along with many other patches supposed to improve performance and stability ahead of the July launch.

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