Last week, Microsoft released its first new Windows 10 Insider Preview for PCs since the OS officially launched on July 29. The company has pushed out several cumulative updates since then - containing fixes and patches for lingering issues in the OS - but build 10525 has provided the latest glimpse of what's coming next to Windows 10.
The new build isn't exactly crammed full of new features, but that's not entirely surprising, given that Windows 10 itself is still so new. Microsoft probably won't be rushing to add more stuff to the OS while its rollout remains at such an early stage; in fact, we know that many new features won't arrive until later this year, when Microsoft delivers the Threshold Wave 2 update.
But even minor changes and additions need to be tested to ensure that they work as intended - which is precisely why Microsoft has started rolling out new Insider Preview builds. Inevitably, of course, preview software is never perfect, and build 10525 has its share of known issues.
Now that you've had a bit of time to get to grips with the latest build, we're eager to hear how you've been getting on with it. Were there any problems with upgrading to the new release? Did you encounter the issue with Google's Chrome browser crashing in 10525? Have you had a completely painless and trouble-free experience with the new build? Or have you perhaps opted out of the Windows Insider program entirely?
Let us know in the comments below!