Microsoft updates Windows 10 preview weeks ahead of final release
“Over the past few days we’ve been preparing our release pipelines and processes, and this build is one step closer to what customers will start to receive on 7/29,” Microsoft’s Gabe Aul writes on the Windows blog.
The newest build includes an updated version of Microsoft’s new browser, Edge. The latest version of Edge is significantly faster than Chrome and Safari, according to Aul. The Office suite was also be updated and Aul says the “preview” labels will be removed “in about one week.”
Both Windows 10 Pro and Home versions will be available on 29 July. Volume licensing customers will be able to download Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education on Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) from 1 August.