Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 Insider Preview in fast ring and for insiders who have opted for Skip Ahead. Build 17711 is released with lots of new features. Here are some key features for this build.
Microsoft Edge improvements:
Line Focus: This feature highlights set of 1 3 or 5 lines in reading mode.
New Consent for Asking to save auto-save data (sensitive information).
PDF Toolbar updates.
Registry Editor Updates:
Registry Editor not shows you the available path just like in File Explorer.
Display Settings Update
Windows HD Color Setting page is now placed inside Display Settings. Displays with compatible hardware will see the settings options and can customize accordingly.
Also, apart from this, there are many more good changes in terms of Design in Build 17711. Some highlights from blog posts itself are as below.
We have fixed the issue that had regressed the time it takes to remotely deploy and debug a UWP application to a local virtual machine or an emulator.
We fixed an issue that could result in any surface that used reveal (including Start tiles and Settings categories) going totally white.
We fixed an issue resulting in some Insiders seeing a 0x80080005 error when upgrading to recent flights.
We fixed an issue where the “You are getting an update” dialog displayed unexpected extra characters.
We fixed an issue where aborting a shutdown would break input in UWP apps until rebooting.
We fixed an issue in recent flights where attempting to pin Settings categories to Start would either crash Settings or do nothing.
We fixed an issue resulting in Ethernet and Wi-Fi Settings unexpectedly missing content in the last flight.
Apart from these new updates, there are some known issues as well. As being Beta version of Operating System, there are some issues with stability of system. So do not install beta versions in your primary machine. Read complete post about announcement here.