I don't think MS appreciated me running a leaked copy of 9888 cuz weird things started happening (AGAIN!)
Plus the fact that it wasn't a legitimate build so no service or updates were going to happen anyway.
I've already ditched it.
This is just Hyperbole, it's the same Vista kernel design with a new version number, literally nothing new has been added or changed other than the version number.Neowin said:
Most of the Windows 10 air-time has so far been about the new 'animations' than actual changes and new features... The 'big jump for the Windows platform' is so far limited to windowed Metro applications and another new start-menu/startscreen
Maybe my English is getting rusty but exactly WHAT does this mean -- Works but unuseable !!!!!!.
Perhaps I should use that as an excuse to a boss when a project is behind schedule !!!.
IMO, it is a waste of time. If you download and try a pirated interim build, during a public test period, you could often have to take what you get, without comment.
I am sure this build was not a sequential upgrade/improvement, from the previous release, but only for a specific in-house, trial - probably the one that fixes the blue screen issue.
The version that was leaked if I understand correctly, it came from one of the Microsoft foreign partners. I am surprised Microsoft has not told to them to keep quiet about newer builds and stop releasing those builds to the public. Another thing why are the foreign partners getting newer preview builds then the rest of us?
Last edited by groze; 06 Dec 2014 at 09:22.