Microsoft has now fixed two previously known issues in the Windows 10 PC and Mobile preview builds 14393 that was released earlier this week to Insider members in the Fast ring.
Windows Insider head Dona Sarkar updated her blog post to reflect those fixes. One of those bugs was on the PC side, with some Surface Book notebooks and Surface Pro 4 tablets were experiencing bluescreen errors due to a camera driver issue. In her updated blog, Sarkar stated:
After updating to this build (Build 14393), you should no longer experience bugchecks (bluescreens) due to a camera driver issue. The bad driver is removed on updating to this build and a new driver is rolling out via Windows Update.
The other issue was on the Windows 10 Mobile side, with Wallet users getting asked to type in their PIN twice when using tap to pay from a locked phone. Sarkar has updated the blog to state:
An updated version of the Wallet app is going out via the Store with the fix to this issue.
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