After taking a break from the lead up to and immediate aftermath of releasing this year’s one major upgrade Microsoft released the for its insider members the technical preview of Windows 10. Those who have signed in the fast track which provides the most frequent updates got the 14901 build from the company.
With several tweaks and fixes in the last minute in preparation for a broader launch, the last insider preview builds 14393 was rolled out prior to the Anniversary upgrade on 18th of July. Even the Microsoft’s conventionally named Anniversary update 1607 denoting the year and month was tagged 14393.10.
The Insider builds are stopped before each major upgrade and restarted after the release. And as it has beforehand, the first releases after 14901 will definitely show a few visible changes. Testers are been warned beforehand about the more than usual bugs in the 14901 build by Dana Sarkar a software engineer in the Windows and devices group, and the public face of the Insider program in a blog post. Sarkar also added in the blog that those who do not want to deal with it should relapse back to the insider’s release preview which is slow tracks.