It looks like ESDs of Windows 10 build 10061 have leaked directly from the Windows Update server, meaning anyone can now download a newer build of Windows 10. Sadly however, it appears the ESDs are not installable.
The ESD is encrypted with a new RSA key, which differs from the one that is used on todays public builds. What this means is that whilst the ESD can be downloaded, it’s pretty useless until someone figured out the key to decrypt it.
More than likely, this ESD will eventually be decrypted after the next BUILD drop, as the next official public build should use the new RSA key, unlocking builds that use the sam key previously. So beta collectors should probably get downloading now just in case.
You never know however, a number of people are already working on working out that RSA key, so enthusiasts may soon get lucky. Stay tuned at WinBeta as we’ll update you if that happens.
As per usual, we will not be linking to the download as it is yet to be official. What do you hope to see at this years BUILD developer conference?Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10