Windows 10 builds 10125 leaks surfacing the ISO files for download

Unofficial version of Windows 10 (build 10125) now available for download, proceed with caution, as you won't find support from Microsoft.

Windows 10 build 10125 in Tablet mode

Windows 10 build 10125 leaks onto the web and now the unofficially version of the operating system is ready for download in torrent and file sharing sites. During the weekend an internal version of Windows 10 (builds 10125) got into the hands of a few lucky users and we had the chance to see a few new changes and improvements Microsoft is working on for upcoming builds. However, today it seems that build 10125 leaked onto the web giving those Windows Insiders a chance to download and test the new build for themselves.

Windows 10 build 10125 has leaked in the traditional flavors: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64), and anyone can download the ISO files by just doing a basic search online.

Although, build 10125 is only a slightly newer version than the recent official release, Windows 10 build 10122, it does bring quite a few interesting changes, including tweaks in the Start menu, Jump Lists finally comes to the Start menu and it gets updated. There is a universal back button in the taskbar, users can now customize the list of buttons in the Start menu, there is a new set of icons throughout the operating system, Windows Hello finally appears, and much more.

Remember that if you install this version of the operating system, you won’t be getting any type of support, as it’s not an official release from Microsoft. As such it’s highly recommended that if you want to test these newer bits, you do it in a virtual machine.

Will you be downloading and testing this version of the operating system? Let us know in the comments below.

Via WinBeta

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