Windows 10 Redstone 5 RTM build should land in the coming weeks

Daniel Segun By: Daniel Segun
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Windows 10 Redstone 5 RTM build

Microsoft  launched a new build version (WIndows 10 build 17746) a few days ago.  The company has yet to finalize the whole build release and test cycle and Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring are expected to get new builds more frequently with final changes before the public rollout.

Microsoft should roll out the final Redstone 5 RTM version to users of Windows 10 in a few weeks. The upcoming updates will hopefully reveal many new features that will further improve the OS.

Speaking of new features, here’s what we know about the upcoming OS version:

There have been some speculations about the final RTM build for some time now. Some users suggested that the RTM build has been finalized already. However, there are is not enough clear evidence to support this idea, so Insiders should expect to get a few more builds before Microsoft compiles the final RTM build version.

Are you looking forward to installing the new Windows 10 October Update OS on your computer? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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