Update: My hands on video with 16232 for PC is live the hands on with the mobile build is also live
Microsoft have released new Windows Insider builds for PC and Mobile. For PC there is build 16232 which includes new security features in Microsoft Edge:
Giving you access to all the rich features in Microsoft Edge while using Application Guard: Building on our work in Build 16188, we have added support for Microsoft Edge data persistence while using Application Guard. Once enabled, data such as your favorites, cookies, and saved passwords will be persisted across Application Guard sessions. The persisted data will be not be shared or surfaced on the host, but it will be available for future Microsoft Edge in Application Guard sessions.
It also contains Exploit Protection:
We’ve heard your feedback regarding the upcoming EMET EOL, so we’re excited to announce that starting with this build you can now audit, configure, and manage Windows system and application exploit mitigation settings right from the Windows Defender Security Center! You don’t need to be using Windows Defender Antivirus to take advantage of these settings.
UPDATE: Here is my hands on video:
An interesting new feature is controlled folder access in Windows Defender. This enables you to essential lock down a folder and then get notifications when an app attempts to make changes to it. This could prevent ransomware type attacks on your key folders.
Here are the other changes and known issues. Lookout for my hands on video soon:
Changes, improvements, and fixes for PC
We fixed the issue that was causing updating to the latest build to fail and roll back to the previous build if you had the .NET 3.5 Framework installed. You should no longer need to uninstall .NET 3.5 before trying to update to this build.
We fixed an issue for those with certain languages installed in the last flight where ctfmon.exe would go into a crash loop, resulting in typing in the Start menu and UWP apps becoming impossible.
We’ve listened to feedback and in Windows Defender Security Center you will soon have the option to dismiss recommendations (yellow badged items). In this build, you will see the upcoming addition however it is under construction and not up and running yet. Stay tuned and we’ll let you know when we have it finished.
We fixed an issue where some games like Mass Effect 3 would crash if you used Alt + TAB after 5 minutes of game play.
We fixed an issue resulting in Word 2016 crashing if you attempted to ink in it.
We fixed an issue where using the new Ctrl + Win + C hotkey to enable and disable color filters would unexpectedly open Settings.
We fixed an issue from the last flight where auto-complete in the URL bar of Microsoft Edge might fail on some devices – searching for a partial string instead of the autocompleted text. This fix should also address the feedback some of you were reporting where Cortana sometimes couldn’t keep up with typing on that flight and the letters would end up out of order.
We fixed an issue where the File Explorer Ribbon assets were blurry if the window’s DPI was not equal to the system DPI.
We fixed an issue resulting in apps that start with X, V or Q being incorrectly categorized in Start on Polish builds.
We’ve moved the new Video Playback Settings page to now be listed under the Apps category, and have fixed the issues on the page where the video and battery dropdown weren’t displaying correctly.
We fixed an issue with the XAML Acrylic Brush that could result in certain apps, for example Maps, occasionally crashing due to attempting to load acrylic brushes while the app was suspended.
We fixed a rare condition that could result in Start menu appearing to flash/flicker continuously.
Known issues for PC
Your PC may fail to update to this build with an 0x80070643 and rolls back to the previous build. We are investigating.
We’re continuing to investigate reports that the battery status on certain laptops isn’t updating while the device is unplugged. If you think you are seeing this, please send in feedback via Feedback Hub and use the capture feature when logging your feedback so we can get your logs.
You may notice some of your inbox apps are now displaying a name that looks like “ms-resource:” and are listed at the bottom of Start. We’re investigating. In the meantime, the app should still launch normally, it’s only the name resource that’s impacted.
Some UWP apps such as Twitter will crash on launch.
Xbox Live in-game experiences may fail to load. These include gamer profiles, achievement details, and other dialogs that may pop up on top of an Xbox Live-enabled game.
Please avoid doing a PC reset via Settings > Update & security > Recovery and choosing “Remove everything”. This may put your device into a reboot loop.
Task Manager may hang on launch on this build.
The phone build is 15228 and once again just contains bug fixes:
Changes, improvements, and fixes for Mobile
We have fixed notifications (SMS, Calendar) with all Fitbit trackers.
We have fixed crashes reported while using Photos app.
We have fixed a deployment issue in where if an admin uses ActiveSyncCSP to provisioning email account on device running the Windows 10 Creators Update without providing a valid password, and the email server enforces a limited number of denied access retries, then the server will lock out the email account.
We have improved battery performance by fixing a bug in a scenario where 30% more power was used during Camera app preview and capture mode.
Some Insiders provided feedback that playing video on phone resulted in a black flash and/or stuttering when in landscape mode. We have fixed this issue.
We have improved Bluetooth connectivity with Garmin Wearable devices.
General improvement in reliability of phones by fixing top crash issues.
Full details on the Windows Blog.