As the eventual launch of the much-anticipated Creators Update is coming closer every day, Microsoft keeps releasing new builds. The latest one is the Windows 10 build 15025 which is available to Fast Ring insiders.
A key aspect of the new Windows 10 build is that users are now able to download ISOs, required to perform a new and clean install of Windows 10, or just to start a new system from zero using a virtual machine or on their PC.
This new feature allows users to start fresh with a clean install which does not suffer from any user-determined bugs, as Microsoft has started another bug hunt for its latest Windows 10 build. Hunting and reporting bugs require a clean version of Windows in order to prevent confusion. Making the Windows 10 ISO available to download for all Fast Ring insiders goes a long way to facilitate the bug hunting for users.
Furthermore, the new Windows 10 build 15025 ISOs also come in five different versions, depending on the capability of your computer, Enterprise, Home, Education, Home Chine, and Home Single Language. All the different version also comes in x64 and x86 variants.
Besides the release of ISOs meant to facilitate bug reporting, the Windows 10 build 15025 might be the last previews to release new features as Microsoft prepares for the release of the Creators Update. Microsoft has announced the official start of the bug bash through a blog post. The user event will last up to February 11 and will developers identify a wider range of issues, on which they will work to address in the following weeks.
It’s worth remembering that Microsoft has not yet revealed the official release date of the long-anticipated Creators Update, only that it’s slated for early 2017, with most industry experts believing to happen in April. This allows the developers a few weeks to work and solve the bugs identified in the current bug bash.
Although not all bugs are likely to be identified and addressed before the update’s release, the purpose of the bug hunt is to find major glitches which can affect a large portion of users and quickly become headlines, hurting not only the users but Microsoft as well.
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