Windows 10 RS5 Build 17730 Releases

Three days ago, Microsoft released the Windows 10 RS5 Build 17728 version update for Fast Channel, which was first unveiled in the Your Phone app. However, the service was not officially launched at the time, and its functionality was insufficient. Today, Microsoft released the Windows 10 RS5 Build 17730 version update for Fast Channel, launched formally the Your Phone app, supporting Android devices and iOS devices.

For those Windows Insider members who use Android devices, Microsoft is about to bring the Your Phone app. When the user finishes the screenshot on the Android side, he can view and edit it on the PC side, and finally does not need to send photos to himself by email. With the Your Phone app, you can automatically sync Android albums to the PC. If you want to add a picture to your presentation, or use Windows Ink to decorate your selfie, you can do it by dragging and dropping.

For iPhone users, the Your Phone app can help connect users and PCs. When the user browses a web page on the mobile phone side, the web page can be directly sent to the computer for seamless reading, viewing, and browsing.

Improvements, updates, and fixes in the Windows 10 RS5 Build 17730 update include:

  • fixed the issue impacting WDAG, Remote Desktop and Hyper-V. Remote Desktop Client (mstsc.exe) users should no longer see an error dialog complaining about low virtual memory when a connection is being established. And users can use enhanced sessions in Virtual Machine Connection (vmconnect.exe) again.
  • Thank you everyone who has given us feedback on the “Block Suspicious Behaviors” feature that was recently added to Windows Security. For the time being we’re removing it from the build while we work on addressing some of the things you shared with us.
  • fixed an issue resulting in the volume slider in certain apps performing poorly with touch in recent flights.
  • fixed an issue resulting in certain apps, like the Twitter app, not rendering content when navigating after a while.
  • We fixed an issue where expanding the Driver Updates dropdown in View Update History in Settings didn’t list anything (even when there were items to list) in recent builds.