After the release of Windows 10 technical preview, majority of the Windows fans are expecting further news about the operating system. Majority of the members in the Windows Insider program were upset that Microsoft would no longer be releasing Preview builds this year. However, according to Microsoft, the company is getting ready to release a build by the end of January and the members can expect numerous features included in it.
The news was publicized by Gabe Aul, who is the Microsoft engineering manager. He says that the developers are very much excited with the new build and they have given an unofficial name to the build as ‘FBL_AWESOME’. He says, “Yeah, it’s a bit corny, but trust me that every Dev that checks in their code and sees that branch name gets an immediate reminder of our goal.”
He says that the goal is ambitious and therefore, the developers’ team is working hard to stabilize, integrate and test all the newly added goodies in the build. It is to be noted that we have already heard of similar things in the past. Earlier, Microsoft had told customers that users can expect the release of customer-oriented Windows 10 update by January. The software giant had also made it clear that the company would be then working on to develop features that will aid system administrators and business users.
Microsoft has already organized an event on January 21, which is to be held at Redmond campus. It is expected that the company would be announcing the details of the ‘next chapter of Windows 10′ at this event. We could also expect the release of the next build with this event.
Even though Aul did not speak about what users can expect with the new build, he told that the company has already corrected more than 1,300 bugs in the program. He also told that the Windows Insider program has more than 1.5 million users and among them, 450,000 are active users who are currently using Windows 10 Preview. Aul says, “In fact, Windows Insiders are using Windows 10 preview builds more actively than participants in preview/beta programs for any prior release of Windows.”
We can hope that the Microsoft fix it and patches for the operating system is going to bring in many changes that will make it easier to work with. If you have any queries on the new operating system or Microsoft fix it tools, you may contact our technical support team for assistance.