Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.346 Released to Insiders for Testing, Action Center Bug to Be Fixed

Microsoft has been very quick with cumulative updates lately. They recently released the Build 17763.316 for Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 and looks like it’s already time for another one.

Microsoft usually rolls out updates to the Insiders first to check for any unknown bugs or compatibility issues and then the updates are provided to the public. Last night, members of the Microsoft Insider program reported a new update, Build 17763.346 for Windows 10 version 1809. The new cumulative update for Windows 10 October 2018 Update is expected to bring a number of bug fixes.

Although there is no official word from Microsoft on any known bug fixes or improvements included in the update, this post on Reddit claims that the infamous Action Center bug has finally been fixed.

Action Center bug where the panel appears from the right instead of left

These cumulative updates are a part of the general improvement process where Microsoft collects feedback from the users to make their experience with Windows 10 even better. Some cumulative updates also include security patches while some do not. The current update belongs to the latter category.

You can expect the Build 17763.346 update on your Windows PC in the coming days. It might not show up by itself as it’s not a major update. Make sure to go to the Windows Update Settings and manually check for an update if you wish to download this one.

Sahas Arya
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