Windows 10 January Technical Preview build 99xx Change Log

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       #40

    Slartybart said:
    This should be a good release - it's had a bit of time to mature behind the scenes.

    They're packing everything into it - so it will be buggy

    10.0.99xx ??? Shouldn't that be 10.0.1 ? Oh well, it's they're release schema

    Codenames are usually for internal use - but what is better than awesome?
    Ultra-awesome, Mega-awesome, Awesome 2.0 have been mentioned.
    Awesome and Spartan are cooler than Metro (a train?) or Immersive (swimming ... therapy?)

    The one I'm curious about, and Brink might have on this, is Continuum
    Wasn't Q from the Continuum?

    MS won't issue the errata until the RTM - they'll only let us know what they're planning to put in a Preview Release.

    Superfly, thanks for that screen shot. Glad to see that purple is gone, might help folks who are colorblind read what they're doing. I'm not colorblind, but the contrast on the Win8 style install screen was very difficult to read

    Bill
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    You are welcome, and I totally agree :)

    Edwin said:
    Here's a cool idea!
    Download the 'Awesome' iso the night before the briefing, install it, then your copy goes live when they go live with the briefing and it becomes a briefing/tutorial all in one!
    No?
    Okay, just a thought. :)
    That would be awesome... dunno about a leak though...Anyway looking forward to the webcast.
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #41

    Superfly said:
    You are welcome, and I totally agree :)

    Edwin said:
    Here's a cool idea!
    Download the 'Awesome' iso the night before the briefing, install it, then your copy goes live when they go live with the briefing and it becomes a briefing/tutorial all in one!
    No?
    Okay, just a thought. :)
    That would be awesome... dunno about a leak though...Anyway looking forward to the webcast.
    yes looking forward to see then webcast and new build
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    Windows 7, 8.1, 10 | Linux
       #42

    Edwin said:
    Here's a cool idea!
    Download the 'Awesome' iso the night before the briefing, install it, then your copy goes live when they go live with the briefing and it becomes a briefing/tutorial all in one!
    No?
    Okay, just a thought. :)
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    Windows 10 Build 14267
       #43

    10.0.99xx ??? Shouldn't that be 10.0.1 ? Oh well, it's they're release schema
    An odd schema that never made sense in my humble opinion... lol...

    :)
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  5. Posts : 3,446
       #44

    Yup it is a bit confusing.. (I think RTM will be 10.0.10000) - also finally got my head around how they report builds... Milestone 1 (which is what we have now is Alpha, Milestone's 2 (assume Wednesday's release) and 3 are pre-beta, Release Preview is beta and RC post-beta (whatever that means)... That's the way I understand it anyway.
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  6. Posts : 696
    Windows 10 Build 14267
       #45

    Whatever it's gonna be I'm anxious to know...

    :)
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  7. Posts : 17,831
    Windows 10
       #46

    I think it's going to be Version 10.0, Build 9924, (or later)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Windows 10 January Technical Preview build 99xx Change Log-000002.png  
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  8. Posts : 519
       #47

    I'm going with 10.0.9924.0.fbl_mobs_dev02.150116-2000

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  9. Posts : 17,831
    Windows 10
       #48

    davehc said:
    I'm going with 10.0.9924.0.fbl_mobs_dev02.150116-2000
    Anybody's guess! Hopefully we'll find out for sure in about 48 hours!
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  10. Posts : 3,446
       #49

    I heard somewhere that the 15th was sign-off... thus I suspect 9924 will be the one.

    NB: the screenshots (of I posted is obviously a previous build ?9920) shows only Windows 10 Technical Preview - no mention of January/Consumer etc... Will be interesting to hear what they call this build.
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