Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast & Skip Build 16273 for PC Insider

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  1. dencal's Avatar
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       #150

    CountMike said:
    Lol, why ? We drink all but water !
    Alright then.....in your case infected blood going by your avatar.:)
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  2. CountMike's Avatar
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       #151

    dencal said:
    Alright then.....in your case infected blood going by your avatar.:)
    I'll just fly away from that one.
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       #152

    hey guys is it just me or did the lines between rs3 and rs4 get blurred? i have seen articles by sites i trust claiming the build number i thought was rs4 is now rs3. thanks
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  4. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #153

    xXWhackerXx said:
    hey guys is it just me or did the lines between rs3 and rs4 get blurred? i have seen articles by sites i trust claiming the build number i thought was rs4 is now rs3. thanks
    What's gonna come out as Fall Creators is RS3_Release, future RS4 is currently called RS_Prerelease. Clear as mud, right! :)
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  5. slicendice's Avatar
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       #154

    xXWhackerXx said:
    hey guys is it just me or did the lines between rs3 and rs4 get blurred? i have seen articles by sites i trust claiming the build number i thought was rs4 is now rs3. thanks
    f14tomcat said:
    What's gonna come out as Fall Creators is RS3_Release, future RS4 is currently called RS_Prerelease. Clear as mud, right! :)
    Only real difference currently between the 2 is how they are configured. RS3_Release keeps your inbox apps mostly untouched during upgrade, while RS_Prerelease updates all your inbox apps to the latest prerelease versions. At some point the RS_Prerelease will jump to 17xxx builds while RS3_Release will be stuck at one final 16xxx build and we will only see revision updates that will only fix bugs and round rough edges.
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  6. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #155

    slicendice said:
    Only real difference currently between the 2 is how they are configured. RS3_Release keeps your inbox apps mostly untouched during upgrade, while RS_Prerelease updates all your inbox apps to the latest prerelease versions. At some point the RS_Prerelease will jump to 17xxx builds while RS3_Release will be stuck at one final 16xxx build and we will only see revision updates that will only fix bugs and round rough edges.
    Did you see this? No idea if it's true or not.

    Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 16273 for PC Insider - Page 15 - Windows 10 Forums
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  7. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #156

    slicendice said:
    Only real difference currently between the 2 is how they are configured. RS3_Release keeps your inbox apps mostly untouched during upgrade, while RS_Prerelease updates all your inbox apps to the latest prerelease versions. At some point the RS_Prerelease will jump to 17xxx builds while RS3_Release will be stuck at one final 16xxx build and we will only see revision updates that will only fix bugs and round rough edges.
    that's not how I understood Dona's statement... After FU is released, both ways will merge again. They just changed naming from before, where fast rings was the same as skippy today, and instead of driving fast and slow ring toward release, we were having "release preview" or something..
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  8. slicendice's Avatar
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       #157

    AndreTen said:
    that's not how I understood Dona's statement... After FU is released, both ways will merge again. They just changed naming from before, where fast rings was the same as skippy today, and instead of driving fast and slow ring toward release, we were having "release preview" or something..
    Yes, next fast ring and current skippy will merge once FU is released. But we are talking about the builds right now, and should not go ahead of ourselves. There is NO real difference in the bits between the 2 at the moment except for some configurations and the inbox app versions. :)
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  9. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #158

    AndreTen said:
    that's not how I understood Dona's statement... After FU is released, both ways will merge again. They just changed naming from before, where fast rings was the same as skippy today, and instead of driving fast and slow ring toward release, we were having "release preview" or something..
    Was just referring to the 17xxx or not.
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  10. slicendice's Avatar
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       #159

    Yeah, I think they are staying on 16xxx while there still is no significant changes in the OS core. I see this as the preparation phase for rearranging some bits before they start working on 17xxx builds (RS4) for real.

    With rearranging I mean things like removing deprecated stuff.
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