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    PC build 14251 now available to insiders in the fast ring

    Yep.

    You read that correctly.

    Build 14251.


    More info here...

    https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexp...w-build-14251/
    Last edited by Browni; 2016-01-28 at 05:59. Reason: Thanks Joe!

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    Someone at MS has been really busy or they're skipping build numbers.

    I just downloaded 11102 last week!

    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    Browni, congratulations.

    You can really type a fine message. The flat footed will be happy. Going for it. Jean.

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    Oops, it's actually build 14251.

    Gabriel Aul from Microsoft got it wrong in the announcement tweet...

    https://twitter.com/GabeAul/status/692407455293132800

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    My Win10 Tech. Preview system upgraded itself to build 14251 earlier today.

    Doesn't appear to be any problems.

    Networking seems to be working well in this build (was hit-and-miss in 11082).
    Computer Consultant/Technician since 1998 (first PC was Atari 1040STE in 1988).
    Most common computing error is EBKAC: Error Between Keyboard And Chairback
    Confuscius said: "no use running harder if you're on the wrong road" and "any problem once correctly understood is already half-solved".

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