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Windows 10 build 16299 now rolling out for PC Insiders in the Fast ring

Windows Insider program settings
Windows Insider program settings (Image credit: Windows Central)

Another week, another Fall Creators Update Insider Preview built for Insiders in the Fast ring to test. Today's build is 16299, includes a few new bug fixes in preparation for official launch on October 17th.

Changelog

  • We fixed an issue some Insiders were experiencing where after upgrading to recent flights their optical drive wouldn't be listed under This PC.
  • We fixed an issue where Microsoft Edge might crash when scrolling embedded PDFs.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in some Insiders seeing 0x80070005 when trying to upgrade to the last few flights.
  • We fixed an issue where using the Automatic File Download notification to block an app from downloading files wasn't working for UWP apps.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in Windows Defender potentially downloading files selected to be online-only after using the file picker dialog and viewing their thumbnails.

Unfortunately, there's no Mobile build or Skip Ahead build available today. The build is rolling out now in the Fast ring for Insiders on PC.

Zac Bowden
Zac Bowden

Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

11 Comments
  • Unfortunately, there's no Mobile build or Skip Ahead build available today - Seriously, there is another development in works for Mobile?
  • I believe Andromeda might kill rs4 Mobile. Maybe, I don’t think so but it’s just something to throw out there.
  • There are some new windows phones out there like wiley fox, alcatel idol 4 pro and trekstor winphone 5.0. So there will be new builds and updates for Windows 10 Mobile for sure.
  • I suppose I don't understand the newer update program Microsoft rolled out to reduce download sizes and times. Even the most minor updates still feel like a full PC update. It takes forever each and every time on my end with highspeed internet of 60mbps and a newer Dell 7000 Series i7 2in1. Is it just me or do others feel the same? I could be missing parts to the program, but I thought it was so they could spot update and patch for smaller builds. I feel the same way about mobile too compared to iOS and Android updates, they just seem to go much quicker. 
  • it smaller 16291 was just 1GB in size 
  • What about VPN fixes? I have to switch my work VPN off to use my internet (so I have to move all files I'm working on to my local drive before I can work on them with internet enabled) and this is with split tunneling enabled which I used Powershell to do...
  • Oh you trying to work with this OS, poor guy, this OS is just for consumers, it has nothing to do with a serious business OS, just look at the MS insider developers and you know everything 
  • i work with this OS, day and night, on production environments as well as development ones. I administer big networks for Clients integrating both mac, ios, android, Linux and windows machines. Everything from a Windows 10 laptop. I mist be very lucky or this OS is just a good system for real working people.
  • jojojojojojojo just doesn't know how to work with Windows 10 and doesn't deserve the time of day on here.  Regular builds work great with my VPN.  Just the insider branch always seems to break it in terms of internet passthru.
  • I thought 16299 might be the RTM build but it's not
  • Remote desktop crashes within 10-15 seconds of opening a new session with a range error.