Windows 10 Redstone 14332 ISO

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Windows 10 ” + edition + “


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Microsoft is now rolling out a new build on Fast Ring for Insiders on PC and Mobile. The new build number is 14332 and has some new features and improvements, as also some welcome bug fixes. On the other hand, there is also a huge bug list, so make sure you read the article on Windows Blog. You can find the link below. The full build string is 10.0.14332.1001.rs1_release.160422-1940, telling us the build was compiled recently on 22nd April. Is good to see that on new Microsoft development cycle we have access to more recent builds than previously. We, Insiders, get builds faster than Microsoft employees 🙂

You can see what’s new, what’s fixed and what is coming here, on Windows Blog.
Thanks @Lyraull for the ISOs 🙂
UPDATE: Microsoft has released official ISO’s. You can get them here

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