Windows 10 Build 14306 demoed at Build 2016, could be released soon for Windows Insiders

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Last Friday, the most recent Windows 10 build — 14295 — was released to Windows Insiders. Since Microsoft has made it a habit of releasing builds at the ends of work weeks, we’re expecting the newest one to land in two days.

If you’ve been following Microsoft’s big Build event today then probably you noticed the number of the builds demonstrated. We managed to spot it, too, and it seems that the Windows 10 version that Microsoft showed on stage was running build 14306. We’ve already has screenshots for Windows 10 Mobile Build 14306 leaked, so this doesn’t surprise us too much.

We’ll find out soon if build 14306 is indeed the next build for Windows 10 Insiders. We also hope that it will bring some of the many new features announced today.

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