A few hours ago, we told you that Microsoft might be unveiling a new Windows 10 version at the BUILD 2015 developer conference this week, and now we also have a build number for the new flavor of the technical preview.
Called by Russian leaker WZor the official Windows 10 Developer Preview, build 10074 could be presented by Microsoft at the BUILD conference in San Francisco before a public launch for all insiders next week.
Details are obviously quite scarce right now, but if this information is true, it could also be a sign that Microsoft is advancing at a very fast pace towards Windows 10 RTM, which, according to sources, should be ready in June.
Another bit of information that’s spreading on the web right now is that Windows 10 build 10100 could be Windows Redstone, the very first update for Windows 10 that could launch in 2016. Also today, we've told you that work on Windows Redstone has already started, so this new information might be true if Microsoft indeed started testing the first Windows update due in 2016.
Just as usual, these details are all unconfirmed for now, but given the fact that BUILD 2016 opens its doors in approximately 48 hours, we should hear about this from Microsoft itself pretty soon.