Since Windows 10 is still work in progress, it shouldn't be such a big shock to see an app crash all of a sudden, but it appears that build 9879 comes with what could be a widespread bug affecting a significant number of users.
Many of those who have gaming platform Steam installed on their Windows 10 build 9879 machines have discovered that Valve's app crashes every once in a while for no clear reason, no matter if it's launched in compatibility mode or not.
At this point, there's absolutely no workaround available for this problem, and a Microsoft engineer has acknowledged the issue but has recommended users to launch the app in Windows 8 compatibility mode or update the display adapter drivers.
Windows 10 Build 9879 - Last Build of this Year Hey All!
Yes, I've been away and still not well but, have received a email from Gabe Aul @MS today
and would like to share it with you. What made me post this is the fact that we are not getting
any new builds till January. Just thought I'd let...
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