It seems that Microsoft has finally decided which version of Windows 10 will be used when this upcoming OS will be released. According to The Verge, Microsoft is going to use the build 10240 of Windows 10. This way, the PC makers will be able to start loading the software on the upcoming computers that are ready to be released at the end of this month.
Until now, Microsoft hasn’t confirmed that they are going to use the build 10240 of Windows 10 for the operating system when it will get released on July 29, but we’re pretty sure that they are going to do this by the end of the week.
We remind you that even if Windows 10 is going to be released on July 29, the new computers with this operating system will not be available until a few weeks later.
Windows 10 build 10240 is getting prepared for the July 29, 2015 launch
Currently, the developers from Microsoft are currently working on patching and fixing all the current bugs and errors that they’ve found on this build. Microsoft will also update Windows 10 regularly in order to fix any other bugs and errors that the users will find after installing it on their computers.
Also, Microsoft is going to test all the future updates with its Insider program before releasing them to the public.
Microsoft Edge – much faster than Internet Explorer
It seems that Microsoft is very proud of its new web browser that comes integrated into Windows 10. The new browser is called Microsoft Edge and it is much faster than Internet Explorer. Actually, the new browser is faster than Chrome and Safari, which will surely make a lot of people to ditch these two browsers for the Microsoft Edge.
Windows 10 – Build 10240
With less than two weeks until the official Windows 10 launch, we’re pretty sure that everyone who is using Windows is looking forward to see how good this upcoming operating system will be.
Windows is without any doubts one of the most used operating systems out there on desktop computers and laptops. Unfortunately, Microsoft didn’t have the same success with its Windows 8, but the developers realized what they did wrong with that operating system and they’ve come with an improved Windows 10.
Do you think that Windows 10 will be at least as successful as Windows 7?