Microsoft releases Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build 17093 to the Fast ring

When Microsoft was working on what became the Fall Creators Update, we typically saw weekly builds rolling out to Insiders on the Fast ring. With the Redstone 4 branch -- rumored to be called the Spring Creators Update -- new builds are coming out at a much slower rate.

Two weeks after Build 17083 arrived, Microsoft has rolled out new Build 17093 to Insiders on the Fast ring and Skip Ahead.


New in this version are improvements to the Game Bar which gains a makeover, and lets you access captures, microphone and camera toggles using new buttons. A new clock lets you check the time, and you can easily pick a different theme.

Each new build includes improvements to Edge, and this time around full screen mode has been improved, and there’s a new Clutter-free printing option which removes ads and other junk from web pages prior to printing.

In this build users can now delete Windows Diagnostic Data by going to Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & feedback, and clicking the new Delete button.

HDR video becomes available to more users, and if your system is compatible, go to Settings > Apps > Video playback and you should be able to toggle the 'Stream HDR video' setting to on.

Bluetooth pairing has been made easier with a notification that appears when a new Bluetooth device appears in range.

There are new graphics settings for Multi-GPU Systems, improvements for Eye Control, and Windows Defender has been renamed Windows Security under Settings. The Settings page there has been redesigned too.

General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC include:

Known issues in this build include:

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