The next big feature update of Windows 10 RS4 — widely expected to be called the Spring Creators Update — is due out next month. Microsoft is hard at work putting the finishing touches to it
Windows 10 RS4 Pre-Activated
Previously, users were unable to move files downloaded inside a WDAG browsing session to their host file system, which could be incredibly frustrating. Microsoft has fixed this issue.
This feature is disabled by default, but it’s easy enough to turn it on provided you’re running the latest Windows 10 Enterprise RS4 Builds, have the Windows Defender Application Guard feature installed, and network isolation policies configured.
To enable it, navigate to Local Group Policy Editor > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Defender Application Guard.
Select ‘Allow files to download and save to the host operating system from Windows Defender Application Guard’.
Select Enabled and Apply
Once enabled, downloaded files from Application Guard will be saved in an “Untrusted files” folder inside the Downloads folder.
General changes, improvements, and fixes in this Slow ring build include:
When a process in Task Manager is suspended or has suspended child processes, you’ll now see an icon indicating as much in the Status column of the Processes tab.
Fixed an issue resulting in the UAC dialog potentially not rendering correctly in the last few flights.
Fixed an issue resulting in OneNote crashing when using touch to drag and drop elements in recent flights.
Fixed an issue resulting in the touch keyboard crashing when the focus was moved to certain password fields.
Improved the performance of Bluetooth mice when the system is under load.
Fixed an issue resulting in the Amharic keyboard not working in Win32 apps.