Earlier this week a build of Windows 10, 9888, was leaked but based on our poll, it looks like very few users actually install leaked builds which is likely a good thing.
In the latest build of Windows 10, 9888, you now have the option to download maps for offline usage which will be useful with all of those cheap Windows tablets that are hitting the market.
Earlier this week, Windows 10 build 9888 leaked and if you do choose to install it, rest assured that it will not take you out of the release cycle for the next build of the OS.
In the latest version to makes its way to the web, Windows 10 build 9888 has a few updates over 9879 and one such improvement is to Battery Sense that will be a key new feature for the platform.
Earlier today, a version of Windows 10 was leaked and with it come a few new features including the ability to search inside the settings app which makes it easier to find what you are looking for.
A build of Windows 10, 9888 has been spotted in the wild and it shows off some new features like animations, unified context menus and ZPC Settings is now the default settings application.
According to the latest bits of information about newer builds of Windows 10, the kernel version is showing up as 10.0 which is a huge jump from 6.4 in the previous builds