Windows 10 for PCs build 14352 should be back online for everyone

Over the weekend, users reported being unable to find Windows 10 build 14352 for PCs in Windows Update. According to Dona Sarkar, the issue has been fixed and the build is once again available.

Dona stated that she suspects that the missing build can be chalked up to branching changes.

Build 14352 contains a number of new features, mostly focusing on Cortana and Windows Ink. It also contains a long list of fixes along with a few known issues, as usual.

It was also the last build that Gabe Aul pushed the big red button on, before passing it on to Dona.

Nevertheless, if you were looking for build 14352, you should now be able to get it. Remember, if you're only now putting your PC on the Fast ring, it will take about 24 hours for the builds to show up.

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