With all do respect paid for software should be updated to work with any form of build (released,fast.slow, etc) if not then discontinue the software. Thanks for responding.
Unfortunately Microsoft's prerelease software often has 'undocumented features' (AKA bugs) which isn't unexpected with prerelease software. This means they often break stuff by mistake and then a few builds later fix it. We experienced this with Stardock Fences which got broken, fixed, broken and then fixed in alternating builds.
You are asking us to debug issues which may well exist due to a bug in the OS which gets fixed in two weeks time when Microsoft update it. This simply isn't economically sensible.
This is why Software developers generally only officially support released (AKA supported by Microsoft) releases.
If Microsoft will not support those builds then neither will we.
This is one of the risks you take when entering into the insider program and why it is not intended for general consumers.