Insiders, get ready: Windows 10 build 16293 is in the pipeline
Microsoft is now adding the finishing touches to its Windows 10 Fall Creators Update OS. As a result, the company is expected to release Windows 10 builds more frequently now.
As a quick reminder, the latest build release is build 16288. However, many Insiders decided to skip this OS version due to the plethora of issues that it triggers. Microsoft already acknowledged the Surface Pro 3 issues on the latest build. Dona Sarkar confirmed that the Insiders Team are investigating the problem and would offer more information on the 16288 issues today.
The good news is that Microsoft is testing a brand-new build internally, and Insiders could get their hands on it today or tomorrow. Of course, the upcoming build should patch all the bugs affecting the current release.
Windows 10 build 16293
The BuildFeed app confirms that the current Windows 10 Fall Creators Update build is 16293, while the current Windows 10 Redstone 4 build is 16366.
Depending on how things evolve with the internal build testing process, the build numbers may change a bit. For example, Fast Ring Insiders could get build 16294 or build 16295 instead of build 16293, but we’re pretty sure that the upcoming build number won’t jump to Windows 10 build 16300 yet.
We’ll keep an eye on the BuildFeed app and update this article as soon as new information is available. Meanwhile, you can still download and test the current Fast Ring build 16288 and the Skip Ahead build 16362.
Speaking of installing Windows 10 builds, we have a question for you: are you planning to install the upcoming Windows 10 build release as soon as it’s available? Or are you going to wait a bit longer to see if Insiders report any severe issues?
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