After rolling out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10565 to the Fast ring a few days ago, followed by its ISOs released today, Microsoft has apparently decided that the build is stable enough for Slow ring users as well.
Build 10565 brings numerous features and enhancements to Microsoft's operating system which includes integration with Skype, syncing of Favorites and Reading list items in Edge, and improvements to Cortana and the overall user interface. Lastly, those that have struggled in the past to activate their version of Windows 10 can now just simply enter their Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 product key. Naturally, it has to be a valid version, but should make activating or updating to Windows 10 a bit easier.
With that being said, there are some known issues in the current Insider build as well, which includes memory-related issues, problems with the search box in regions where Cortana is not available and some other minor complications regarding small form-factor devices such as the Dell Venue 8 Pro - which may experience a blue screen during the upgrade.
Naturally, if you face any of the aforementioned issues or discover new ones, report them to the Windows 10 development team. You can also check out our gallery for build 10565 in the mean time to get a closer look at the changes present in the latest build.