Windows 10 Build 16212 is proving to be a significant build in terms of new features/code changes that it packs. You can read our coverage of Windows 10 Build 16212 by clicking here. Now there are more changes reported by those who were able to install this accidentally released build. One
The accidentally released Windows 10 Build 16212 belongs to the "rs_edge_case" branch, different from the rs_prerelease, the default branch for insider preview builds. We have already seen few new features getting revealed by those exploring the code of Build 16212. Now, Build 16212 code reveals Three new and upcoming Windows SKUs.
The inadvertently released Windows 10 Build 16212 was installed by some insiders before it was pulled by Microsoft. We later reported two new tidbits that this build brings over latest Insider Preview Build 16199. The build from rs_egde_case has working Control Center and CShell SwiftKey input. Now Enterprise X86 version ISO
While inadvertently released Windows 10 Build 16212 caused havoc on Mobiles, it got installed on insider PCs in a relatively calm manner. Since it is a build from a separate branch "rs_edge_case", it was expected to bring some tidbits unavailable on current insider branch "rs_prerelease". It, however, was found to
After messing it up by releasing builds from unknown branches and bricking many Phones, Microsoft has decided to push no new builds this week to insiders. In its official Blog Post, Dona Sarkar, who heads the Windows Insider program has made it known. We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you