Windows 10 build 10159 ready for download with over 300 fixes

Windows 10 build 10159 rolls out to Insiders with a huge number of changes.

Windows 10 build 10159 rolls out to testers via the Fast ring of updates. It’s only been a several hours after the release of build 10158, and now Microsoft is releasing a new preview of its upcoming operating system.

Windows 10 build 10159 is available for download now, but keep in mind that this new preview is rolling out to the Fast ring, so there is not ISO files available.

Although, build 10158 is a few hours old and includes a significant number of changes and improvements, Microsoft reveals that there are over 300 fixes in Windows 10 build 10159.

Microsoft is also making available the new Windows 10 default wallpaper, which the company showed off on a video a few days back. (You can also check out and download the new fan-made Windows 10 default wallpaper with the Ninja Cat riding on a Unicorn.)

The build is available immediately, but it might take some time to reach all Windows Insiders – just keep checking for new updates. “ If you’re actively downloading 10158 when 10159 is published, you may get an error 0x80246017. If that happens, just reboot your PC, go back to Settings and check again and you should see 10159 offered to you.” Microsoft says.

Here are the changes in build 10158:

Source Microsoft

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