Windows 10 build 14393.187 could be the next Windows update

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Microsoft hasn’t released a new Windows 10 build for more than a week now, focusing on improving the build release system. Dona Sarkar, chief of the Windows Insider Program promised her team would resume flighting build next week.

Rumors suggest that Windows 10 build 14393.187 could indeed be the next update Microsoft will release. Moreover, this could be a cumulative update released for all Windows 10 Anniversary Update users, both PC and Mobile. The same rumors suggest this update could be released on September 13, on Patch Tuesday.

Since these are simple rumors, you should take them with a pinch of salt. Microsoft could first roll out this update to Insiders first, and then release it to Anniversary Update users. What is almost certain is that Microsoft will release an important update next week on Patch Tuesday.

The rumor was launched by Core Insider Program on their Twitter account :

Windows 10 build 14393.187

Core Insider Program added that build 14393.187 should be launched for both PC and Mobile, but no information is available regarding the content of this build. Most likely, the next update will focus on improving the Windows 10 experience by fixing a series of bugs and adding a series of improvements to the overall system performance.

There are still many Anniversary Update issues that Microsoft needs to fix, but the good news is that the tech giant is doing its best to patch these problems. Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 cumulative update KB3176938 to fix the freezing bug once and for all. As a quick reminder, Anniversary Update users complained about system freezes from the very first day the update was launched, and Microsoft officially acknowledged the issue in mid-August.

Fortunately, at the beginning of September, the Redmond giant pushed the cumulative update KB3176938 and finally solved the freezing issues.


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