Microsoft to launch New Windows 10 version at BUILD

Windows 10 logoMicrosoft launched the latest Windows 10 technical preview version a couple of weeks ago, and since the company promised to provide new builds at a faster pace, everyone’s now wondering when a new release would actually take place.

We’re now hearing that the next Windows 10 TP build will see daylight at BUILD 2015, Microsoft’s very own developer conference that takes place in San Francisco between April 29 and May 1.

Redmond is expected to present and detail a new Windows 10 version during the first day of the event, and it seems like this new build will come with several improvements, so chances are that it’ll be a big release.

According to BuildFeed, Microsoft’s Windows 10 development has reached version 10.0.10100 and since this is a big jump from the latest leaked build, 10056, it’s pretty clear that the company is working on something major for the upcoming developer conference.

Microsoft to launch New Windows 10 version at BUILD

Just as usual, the company remains tight-lipped on any release dates for Windows 10 builds, but in the next couple of weeks, Microsoft is trying to collect as much feedback as possible for the phone version that got launched last week.

So if you’re one of the many users who expect to get their hands on a new Windows 10 version in the coming days, don’t hold your breath for it. BUILD 2015 is very likely to be the moment.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Microsoft, OSes, Windows 10

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