Windows 10 1809 question about insider builds.

  1. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    Windows 10 1809 question about insider builds.


    Hey guys, thanks to a lot of support here I enrolled in the insider program.
    I got a update and my build went from 17763.164 to 17763.165....Is this the latest build? i could be wrong but brink your on 18*** ... just wanna know. Hoping with the build I’m on brightness issue is resolved..

    I remember when I wasn’t on the insider builds I still got monthly cummalitive updates. Is this the same? I enrolled to get actual developments of the OS lol....
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    "my build went from 17763.164 to 17763.165....Is this the latest build? "

    Yes. Issued 2 days ago -
    KB4469342 Windows 10 Insider RP v1809 Build 17763.165 - Nov. 16
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  3. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    So people that are not using insider builds they just get them later?
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    Yes, that's what a Release Preview is.
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  5. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    How can I get next feature updates build 18282?
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    Change to Insider Fast Ring. This is most untested version though, so change with that in mind. All levels and how to change - Change Windows 10 Insider Program Ring Level
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  7. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    Hey right now I admit it set up as active development fast, to get 18282 do I change active development to skip ahead to new release?
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    Yes, 'Skip ahead' is for test version, Build 18182 (19H1). Good Luck
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  9. cereberus's Avatar
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    mrgeek said:
    Yes, 'Skip ahead' is for test version, Build 18182 (19H1). Good Luck
    The Fast Ring and Skip Ahead branch have merged. This is normal after a build release and they only separate as the next build goes into its final bug fix mode.

    There is a subtle difference between Skip Ahead and the Fast Ring inasmuch Skip Ahead may get early sight of uwp apps undergoing development. There is NO difference in the main build though until the two branches diverge again.
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