Windows 10 Build 17133 now rolling out to Release Preview Ring

Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17133 to Windows Insiders in the Release Preview Ring. As you may already know, this build is likely to be the RTM build for the upcoming "Spring Creators Update" feature update to the OS.

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Today, Microsoft announced that they have started rolling out this build to Release Preview Ring users. The announcement was made via the official Twitter account.

To install this build, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and check for updates using the button on the right. Your Windows 10 must be configured to receive updates from the Release Preview ring.

The official ISO images of Build 17133 should be released soon.

This release includes the following bug fixes:

  • We fixed an issue resulting in certain devices with BitLocker enabled unexpectedly booting into BitLocker recovery in recent flights.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in not being able to change the display resolution when there were 4 or more monitors connected, due to the confirmation prompt hanging when you selected “Keep changes”.
  • We fixed an issue where clicking suggested search terms when typing in the Microsoft Edge URL bar didn’t do anything.

At this point, if you are interested in leaving the Insider Preview program, you can safely stop receiving new builds. Windows 10 Build 17133 will receive a few cumulative updates before being pushed to the stable branch, then the Fast Ring will start getting "Redstone 5" builds. See the following article for reference:

How to Stop Receiving Insider Preview Builds in Windows 10

To learn what's new in Windows 10 Build 17133, please refer to the article

Windows 10 Build 17133: RTM Milestone

That's it.

6 thoughts on “Windows 10 Build 17133 now rolling out to Release Preview Ring

  1. Shyam Reddy

    I dont see anyone excited about Windows release anymore. Don’t know why.

    1. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

      Maybe because they are too frequent and forced.

      1. Visitor:unknown

        Because VPN does not work.

        1. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

          Well, sounds reasonable. Personally, I prefer OpenVPN.

          1. Visitor:unknown

            Really? OpenVPN logs too much stuff and can identify you with no problem and will do so if police gets a warrant.

          2. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

            It depends on your tasks. I use it to unite remote computers in LAN, a sort of.
            I am pretty sure that logs can be disabled, or removed.

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