More minor changes are present in the recently released Windows 10 build 10547. This build became available for all Windows Insiders who have set their updates to the Fast Ring option. Let's take a closer look at which new options are available for USB support in this build.
As you might be knowing already, the Settings app was updated in this build. It includes a number of new options, and I spotted a new one just now.
- Open the Settings app.
- Go to the Devices section.
- At the bottom, you will find a new USB page:
That new option enables a notification if a problem happens with any USB-connected device. It is called "Notify me if there are any issues with the USB devices connected to my PC". It is enabled by default. It is not clear if this is the same option as the one present in Device Manager called "Don't tell me about USB errors" when you double click a USB Controller and switch to the Advanced tab. It might be the same option as the one in Device Manager, now moved to PC Settings.