Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 Build 10130 has been released to the Slow ring.
This is the first new build for the Slow Ring user in over a month and a half, since the launch of Windows 10 Build 10074, which was released at the end of April.
Build 10130 was released to the Fast Ring of Insiders a fortnight ago. However it had multiple issues. You can read about the Known Issues in Build 10130 from our previous coverage. We have reported some other issues, in our hands on review of Build 10130.
Microsoft revealed later that Build 10130 had critical bugs, and that it would not release the build to the Slow Ring, at least until the bugs were fixed. [...]
Here is our Windows 10 Build 10130 Hands On Review.
I have been using Build 10130 for a week now, and have had a rather mixed experience with it.
It is definitely an improvement over Build 10122. The performance of Build 10130 is comparatively better. In the prior build, Microsoft Edge, aka Project Spartan would crash often, despite this machine being an Intel laptop. But, Spartan in Build 10130 works just fine.
We have already reported about the Known issues in Windows 10 Build 10130. But, there are a few unreported issues too. Here are the bugs in Windows 10 Build 10130 that I ran into:
Start Menu and the Taskbar do not respond:
This has [...]
Windows 10 Build 10130 ISO was officially released by Microsoft today.
Build 10130 was released through Windows Update for the Fast ring users, on May 30.
The Redmond company usually releases a Windows 10 Preview ISO, only if the update has been released for the Slow ring of the Windows Insider Program.This is to ensure that the Slow ring users do not run into any bugs, at least not any major ones.
However, today’s release of the Windows 10 Build 10130 ISO is an exception, because the update hasn’t rolled out to the Slow ring. Microsoft explains that it is releasing the ISO, because many Fast ring users are unable to update to the latest build [...]