Windows 10 build 10130 is now rolling out to Windows Insider members on the Slow update ring. This comes two weeks after the release of that same build to members of the Fast ring.

In a blog post, Windows Insider head Gabriel Aul stated that the Slow ring version of Windows 10 build 10130 has some patches that fix a few bugs that were discovered by Fast ring users:

  • KB3070365: We fixed an issue where if you click on the icons on the Taskbar (Start, Cortana, Network, Battery, and Action Center) in this build, the expected fly-out might not open.
  • KB3069069: We fixed the issue where after upgrading to this build audio playback is lost in some hardware configurations. Note: Some sound cards may fail to operate in multichannel mode. The workaround to the problem is to set the default audio format to stereo.
  • KB3070677: We fixed an issue where if you're running the "Core" edition of the Windows 10 Insider Preview and Windows Update might not detect new builds available.
  • KB3070982: This dynamic update prevents an issue that can result in the loss of audio when the upgrade is completed in some hardware configurations.

While some of these patches will be included in the main 10130 build download, users might have to go into Settings > Windows Update > Check for updates to see if they have downloaded every patch. If users are still getting a "0x80246017" error message if they try to install this build from Windows Update, Aul says they can download and install the 10130 ISO files so they can get up to date.

Source: Microsoft