Microsoft launches Windows 10 for insiders

by April 30, 2015 0 comments

Microsoft has confirmed that a new Windows 10 build is set for launch today.

Two builds have already been out but the company is ready to unleash a newer build than the first one, as build 10102 from China is actually a preview version from totally another branch, and not aimed at end users.

What is aimed at end users is build 10075, which apparently Microsoft was running during the keynote earlier today.

It is, for all intents and purposes, a bug fixed, and refined version of build 10074 — nothing too advanced considering the fact that the software titan also used build 10105 of its upcoming operating system to domo some things at BUILD 2015.

There is word that this version that gets released today will include many of the features that were showcased at the event earlier in the day, and it will be interesting to see what we miss out on.

In many ways, Windows 10 is a game of simplification. And Microsoft has, up until now, played it well. The company has streamlined porting of Android and iOS apps to Windows 10. And it aims to do the same for its new web browser.

For the time being, here is the confirmation that a new version is incoming.

And the world just can’t wait.

Microsoft probably is preparing its servers for the release as of this writing, and the launch should be live in just a few hours from now.

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