Last month, Microsoft released the Windows 10 technical preview for phones, but an update for its desktop counterpart is yet to be seen. We've seen a number of leaked screenshots of the upcoming builds, but there's no word on when Insiders will be able to give it a test run. Earlier this month, Microsoft's Gabriel Aul, head of Microsoft's Insider program, took it to Twitter, and said in response to a user that they are working on a new build, but didn't shed any light on its timing.
Once again, Aul mentioned in response to a user about the progress of the build, clearly stating that he normally wouldn't reveal it, but there's one bug present in the build which is blocking its roll out. He said, "I won't usually do this but I want to honor the feedback & intent of blog: It's a good build. 1 blocking bug. Weighing options." Later when asked if the roll out could happen soon or the users will have to wait for the next build, his answer was "yup".
We'll update you as soon as we hear anything more about the next build for Windows 10 Technical Preview, but for now, just hold on to your seats.
@callum90ish I won't usually do this but I want to honor the feedback & intent of blog: It's a good build. 1 blocking bug. Weighing options.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) March 11, 2015