Windows 10 build 10550 with new changes might roll out shortly

Another build of Windows 10 for PCs could be arriving before the end of September, but no major changes are expected.

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Windows 10 build 10550 might really soon roll out to Insiders with new changes. It has been only a week since Microsoft released build 10547 to the Fast ring, update that included various refinements to the operating system, which will be part of Windows 10 Threshold 2 when it releases to everyone later in November.

However, the software giant has announced that Windows 10 build 10550 is now going through the Microsoft ring and if it passes all checks, the build could roll out to Insiders as soon as this week.

Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul, notes that the new build is only a few numbers newer, but as the company has previously said, new builds will become available as soon as they are ready no matter the build number.

Currently, PCs registered in the Insider preview program are running build 10547, which include significant changes to the Start menu, Lock screen, improvements in the Taskbar, a number of new additions to the Settings app, and lot more changes.

Seeing that Windows 10 build 10550 is only a few builds newer, we’re not expecting it to include major changes, but it will come with different bug fixes and enhancements under the hood.

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