Windows crosses landmark build number: 10,000

    Windows crosses landmark build number: 10,000

    Windows crosses landmark build number: 10,000


    Posted: 20 Jan 2015

    For decades, Microsoft has been compiling builds of Windows with a continuous count for version control and as of today, the version number has crossed 10,000, according to sources who are close to Microsoft.

    This does not necessarily mean that 10,000 builds of Windows have been compiled as the company will jump version numbers around major releases but this does mean that new builds of Windows 10 going forward, will have 10XXX version numbers.
    Read more: Windows crosses landmark build number: 10,000 - Neowin
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    20 Jan 2015


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    Thanks for the article.
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    FWIW. This was probably the jump they are referring to. Even a jump back to 99xx just before the last:


    • 10.0.10000.0.fbl_lad.150119-2010

    • 10.0.9925.0.fbl_mobs_dev02.150119-2000

    • 10.0.10000.0.fbl_ie.150119-1730

    • 10.0.10000.0.fbl_photos.150119-1721

    • 10.0.10000.0.fbl_outlook.150119-1721

    • 10.0.9925.0.fbl_enf.150119-1700

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    It's strange they would jump 75 build bumbers - unless they are just testing whether that number of build digits will break anything.
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    I don't think they have jumped them. Many builds are internal, possibly on minor issues, which are not in the published sequence.
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       #5

    Very interesting and clarifying !

    Thanks

    :)
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  6. Posts : 22,741
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       #6

    Thanks for the information Shawn and others..
    Very interesting as usual.

    Jeff :)
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