Following the leak of the Windows 10 build 10163 release notes on Friday by notorious leaker WZor, he has now followed up by posting a ton of images from that same build. Unsurprisingly, the build shows little difference compared with the officially released Insider Preview 10162 - released on Friday by Microsoft.
As previously mentioned in the release notes post, no new features have or will be added to future Windows 10 builds until it gets signed off to RTM sometime later this month, but some welcomed bugs have been squashed relating to power management when a battery is present.
Speaking of the RTM sign off, we have to wonder if WZor is joking around or is 'in the know' about Microsoft's plans for the signing off to RTM, as he also included a screenshot that shows a calendar date for Thursday, July 9th when that is supposedly happening.
One thing we do know for sure is that Microsoft is on the home stretch with Windows 10. Their main focus now is solely on bug fixing, and the pace of new builds being released to Insiders is proof of this ahead of its July 29th release.
Included in the gallery, you will also see how WZor upgraded from the Home Edition to Pro and then finally to the Enterprise Edition, seemingly without issue.
If you haven't already tried Windows 10 yet, Microsoft has also released ISOs of build 10162 in several languages, or you can enjoy the gallery below!