Earlier today, we reported that Microsoft has released Windows 10 Build 11082, to the fast ring of the Windows Insider Program.
This happens to be the first Redstone Build (moving from the Threshold builds), and should hit stable version later in the summer of 2016.
But the Redmond company is toying with the patience of its users with controversial decisions.
As if aggressively pushing Windows 10 Upgrad eto people who don’t want it wasn’t enough, Microsoft has found a new way to annoy users.
This time the company has announced that it will only release the known issues list in the Insider Hub. This is an app exclusive to Windows 10, so [...]
Microsoft has pulled a fast one on its users, by announcing the launch of the first Windows Redstone Build.
Build 11082 has been released to the members of the fast ring of the Windows Insider Program.
To be honest, we weren’t expecting the Redmond Company to launch the second big up[date for the operating system so soon. Considering the fact that Windows 10 Redstone is scheduled to be released only sometime in the summer of 2016, this is in fact very early.
That being said, there aren’t any major changes in Build 11082 just yet. This is mostly just a collection of cumulative updates released since the November Update Build 10586, which was [...]