Windows 10 build 10568 ISO leaked and ready for download from file sharing sites

Another build of Windows 10 leaks, but without significant changes.

Windows 10 build 10568 ISO leaked installation

Windows 10 build 10568 for PCs leaks onto the internet, only hours after Microsoft rolled out its official preview to Insiders through the Slow ring of updates. The new unofficial build is only three versions higher than build 10565, which Microsoft originally released on October 12th.

At first look, build 10568 doesn’t include any major changes since the last public release. Currently the only new changes I can identify are an updated context menu for the power button with a design that matches the context menus on the Start menu tiles, and there is a new “Web search history” in the Cortana’s settings page.

Windows 10 Start menu power button context menu

Other than these small changes, it appears that Windows 10 build 10568 comes with all the changes found in Windows 10 build 10565, including updated context menus on Start, Cortana improvements, new options in the Settings app, tab preview and the ability to sync Favorites and Reading list items between computer, and an early version of the Messaging, Phone, and Skype Video apps.

As always, it’s not recommended to download and install an unofficial version of the operating system, as it’s not supported by Microsoft and you may find unknown stability issues and errors. As such if you download the ISO file for Windows 10 build 10568 from torrent sites or any other file sharing site, install at your own risk.

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