A leaked version of build 10036 is already up for grabs
Windows 10 build 10036 got leaked during the weekend, but Microsoft is still working to finalize work on another official version, and according to some hints coming from within the company, the next release is very likely to get the go-ahead on Tuesday or Wednesday.
While Microsoft doesn't want to provide any release dates for new Windows 10 builds, pretty much because they're all under development and bugs could slow down work all of a sudden, the company is said to be speeding up its efforts in order to bring a new version out as soon as possible.
The reason is as simple as it could be: the latest Windows 10 version was launched more than 2 months ago, so the company more or less broke its promise of releasing at least
one build per month.
Now we're hearing that Redmond is already finalizing work on a new build, and Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider program, hinted that Tuesday could indeed be the day.
Aul revealed recently that we have a good build candidate with some new features I think you'll like. Running through our internal rings now, then adding that we usually have some staging and prep work that starts 24hrs ahead of a release. So to do a Monday release we'd have to start Sun.