Quick question guys, I read everyone's posts so far, and I don't think its been asked or answered yet, but if so I apologize in advance. Firstly, I am also getting those annoying pop-ups in the notification area, regarding the Insider builds; I'm not crazy about signing in with a MS account. Call me "old fashion", but I still like having a local account. My question is this, on the update options, it says "Your Microsoft account requires attention to download Insider Builds", which, from what I read is related to not using a Microsoft Account. But, does this mean that from here on out, if I continue to use this build, I'm out of luck with future builds unless I give in and use a Microsoft account? Secondly, I understand this build is from the winmain branch, and the Insider Preview releases widely available through Microsoft are from the fbl_impressive branch; is there a way to ensure that when Microsoft releases a newer build widely distributed from the fbl_impressive branch that updates will recognize it, and allow me to update? My understanding of branches is superficial at best, so If I used the wrong terminology, or I didn't explain my question correctly, please forgive me.
You can still download new builds from other sources than MS directly, you can get and download updates manually too. I don't know why those "MS account phobias" ? Most people have accounts on far more dangerous places. You don't even have to give any personal data to sign in.
Currently on build 10134, and occasionally the start button fails to respond, and I'm getting performance issues on wddm 2.0 (amd). Is the upgrade to 10135 worth it?
What's the point of leaking something that is still readily available? I mean it's not hard to get an official 10130, so why the hassle of leaking a 10135? Just to prove you can do it?
I mean what's the benefit of using a leaked version?