Earlier this week, Microsoft released a new version of Windows 10, build 9860; we are curious if you downloaded the new build and if you had any trouble with the install.
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Microsoft has released a few stats about the latest release of Windows 10 build 9860 which includes the fact that 41% of installs are occurring on the desktop and 32% on a laptop.
In Windows 10, there are a few new animations and if you would like to turn them off, we have created a tutorial for you to follow to remove the eye candy from the latest build.
Microsoft has enabled the notification center in Windows 10 build 9860 and we have posted up a closer look at the new feature that unifies one of Windows 8 issues, missed notifications
With the latest build of Windows 10, there are a few new touch features that have been included that were not present in 9841; we have posted a video after the jump highlighting the updates.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 for those in the Insider program to test out but one item that may have been overlooked is the fact that this upgrade went smoothly for most.
Microsoft has pushed out new bits for Windows 10 fans that kick the build number up to 9860 and one of the new features included is Data Sense that will have you stay under your data cap.
With the new release of Windows 10 build 9860, there is a new feature called Battery Saver that will help to extend the life of your battery on your mobile device.
In the latest build of Windows 10 build 9860, there is a new animation when you open up new Windows and we posted a video for you after the jump.
If you were hoping to get an ISO of the latest build of Windows 10, Microsoft has said that they will not be released which means that your only update option is to use the update feature.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 9860 today and with it comes a new release cadence option for those of you who have joined the Windows Insider Program through a new 'fast' option.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 and the version is 9860. You can download the build right now by updating from within Windows 10 and we have the instructions posted after the jump.
Microsoft has posted up a teaser on Twitter showing the build number for the upcoming technical preview release, showing that it will be build 9860 - and the new update may be released today.