Microsoft releases Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build 17025 to the Fast ring (and Skip Ahead)

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout only began last week, but Microsoft is already working on the next big feature update. We’ve had a few releases from the Redstone 4 branch already, and today we get another.

New builds this early on tend not to offer too much in the way of new features, but there’s a few differences this time around that Insiders might enjoy.


First up, the Ease of Access settings have been updated in this new build, with related settings all now grouped together. The descriptions have been improved as well, to make it easier for users to understand what the various accessibility features actually do.

The Advanced options found under Settings > Apps & Features have been updated as well, so you can now see all tasks specified by developers for any UWP apps that are set to run at startup.

For Chinese users, Microsoft has updated the Yahei font to improve its "legibility, symmetry and appearance."

Other changes, improvements, and fixes include:

Known issues in this build include:

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