Poll: Should Microsoft release especially buggy builds?

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After every type of build that we could get being released last week, we received another treat this week. Windows 10 Mobile build 10572 rolled out yesterday and with it came new features and plenty of bug fixes. Generally speaking builds are always good news but this one came with a caveat, users already on a Windows 10 Mobile technical preview build had to roll back to Windows 8.1 to update (we have a how to if you’d like to use this route). This is the second mobile build in a row requiring Windows Insiders to jump back and forth to get the latest build. This week’s poll is on if Microsoft should release builds like this one that require rollback or have other notable flaws outside of the normal preview software bugs.

Microsoft’s Gabe Aul stated that a newer build, specifically build 10575, is set to roll out next week that won’t require users to bounce around between operating systems. Let us know through voting in the poll and in the comments below if you think Microsoft should release builds with major flaws or just wait until a more stable is available. Make sure to tune into this week’s WinBeta Podcast to hear us discuss the results.