At this point in time, we don't have any idea why the blue screen of death bug was occurring with this new build of Windows 10, but it's good that Microsoft is taking quick action to address the issue.
The biggest change in Windows 10 preview build 17643 is the inclusion of tabs in nearly every app.
This build is from the RS4 branch, which represents the next Windows 10 update the company has yet to announce (but is expected to ship sometime this month). It read, "As Build 17133 progressed through the rings, we discovered some reliability issues we wanted to fix".More news: Watch SpaceX launch an observatory to hunt alien planets
However, whether you decide to install this new beta build - or wait for the final consumer version of the operating system to launch later this year - there are some interesting new features headed for Windows 10.
In a blog post, Microsoft's Dona Sakar writes: "In certain cases, these reliability issues could have led to a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs for example". Although, there is not much difference between build 17134 and what the company released. It has no new features but simply corrects the problems in Build 17133 - which should have been the version that we saw being released as stable.
The fixes were pushed out yesterday, to those in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider program, which allow users to run early builds of Windows 10.More news: Twitter down! Users face problem
Now Microsoft has released fixes for the latest Redstone 4 build of Windows 10 that seem to explain why the SCU rollout was held back.
Released in 2015 as a highly anticipated successor of the Windows Phone platform that never could take on Android and iOS, Windows 10 Mobile had trouble gaining some semblance of market relevance too, officially kicking the bucket last October.More news: International Monetary Fund expects India's economy to grow at 7.4% in 2018