Windows 10 has an updated OOBE, shown on video

In the next build of Windows 10, there is an updated installation process that includes a new progress screen and the OOBE ( out of box experience) has also been updated as well. While we have already seen the new progress interface, we now have a better look at the entire process.

If you take a look at the video below, you can see the entire installation process from start to finish. Starting at about five minutes into the video, you can see the new OOBE process that includes a page for "Who owns this PC?", signing into your Microsoft account, syncing with OneDrive, turning on Cortana, and then finally the classic 'We're setting things up for you" that first appeared in Windows 8.

The ending of the OOBE may still be updated but at this theprocedure is not new.

With all of this information leaking, and this build is clearly outside the walls of Redmond, if Microsoft does not release a build soon, this one may leak to everyone in the near future.

Take a look at the video and let us know in the comments below if you like the new process or prefer the one from Windows 8.

Source: Lucas M

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