Microsoft to deliver new Windows 10 builds more frequently

Microsoft is officially planning to release new builds of Windows 10 more frequently through the Fast ring of updates.

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Users made their voice heard about wanting faster builds release of Windows 10 and today Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul is revealing that the company is planning to find a way to release new builds more frequently. We’ve heard something similar before, but it wasn’t until today that Microsoft confirmed the rumor.

On a new Tweet from Aul, he stated that a new post will appear soon in the “Insider Hub” with all the details and he also suggested that those Windows Insiders who want to opt-out from getting aggressive rapid releases to better configure the operating system to the “Slow ring”.

We previously heard Microsoft thinking on creating a new “ludicrous speed ring”, but what is actually happening is that the company will try to speed up the process to get builds into the “Fast ring”. How frequent will users find a new build? That’s a question yet to be answered — just remember that faster builds, means more bugs.

It’s been more than 45 days since the last release of Windows 10 and while we still don’t know when it will happen, Microsoft previously said that there is only one bug holding the release.

The good news about this situation is that Gabriel said that the next preview build will include new features. Perhaps, he was referring the inclusion of Project Spartan, enhancements to the Start menu, such as transparency, and few other significant tweaks.

Source Microsoft on Twitter

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