Windows 10 Insider Build 17760 joins gaming firms specializing in anti cheat services

Windows 10 Insider Build 17760

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Microsoft new baby, The Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17760 (RS5) is set to roll out in the market extending full support to all the Tencent games, that previously had problems running, because of certain complex requirements and dependency on anti-cheat services. Tencent will now monitor their own games and test run them in the new Build.

This has made the compatibility zone a much easier and smoother one and hence the shared customer base can take full benefit of the situation. Microsoft has also announced the extension of their support to other gaming firms that deal with anti-cheat software so that they can test run and make their product run smoothly in this newly released build that comes in October 2018.

There will be certain upgradations and usefulness of this update. The lower righthand corner that sported a build watermark has been removed but the final changes and the latest update is yet to release. The apps that use .NET 4.7.1 that acted as bugs in older versions have been troubleshot.

There will be no more issues with rendering pertaining to pdf in Microsoft Edge. Also, there will be hardly any problems with crashes and freezing in Edge while swiping to go back as it happened in previous builds. Moreover, before while certain extensions were enabled and if F12 was pressed, there would be crashes. This issue has also been fixed in this build.

In local builds, the icons of the error pages of Edge were sometimes not visible. This has also been dealt with by the company in the latest release.

There will be no more hindrances in the form of threat alerts that crops up in the User Interface because of an underflow problem in the Windows Security App.

Source: Windows

Windows 10 Insider Build 17760 joins gaming firms specializing in anti cheat services