Microsoft releases Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Build 17107 for the Fast ring

We’re edging ever closer to the release of the next big Windows 10 feature update. Rumored to be called the Spring Creators Update, it includes a number of high profile new features and improvements.

Last week, Microsoft rolled out two new Insider builds -- one for those on the Fast ring, and another for those who opted to Skip Ahead (the first in the Redstone 5 branch). Today, the software giant delivers a build just for those on the Fast ring.

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As you’ll likely expect, with Build 17107 coming this close to the official Redstone 4 rollout, there aren’t any major new features, although it does introduce a change in behavior to Windows Update. Microsoft explains the new approach: "now when Windows Update scans, downloads, and installs on a PC with AC power it will prevent the PC from going to sleep when it is not in active use, for up to 2 hours, when receiving an update in order to give Windows Update more opportunity to succeed."

General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC include:

Known issues include:

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