Earlier this month, Microsoft seeded a new Windows 10 build 10122 to Windows Insiders, which was available for fast ring users. The build came with its own set of bugs and issues for those with an AMD GPU, as well as frequent Spartan and IE crashes. Earlier today, Microsoft’s Windows Insiders head Gabriel Aul revealed a new Windows 10 build 10130 is being tested internally.
@NzNacer There is a 10130 build, should not be a surprise :-) It’s in our internal rings now.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) May 27, 2015
Microsoft revealed earlier this month that Windows Insiders user base is around 3.7 million, testing the preview builds of the operating system. But, how many of those are currently testing?
The folks at Neowin report, citing their reliable source, posted a screenshot of the Microsoft’s ‘Mission Control’ dashboard revealing information about the deployments of the build. As per the report, around 1,500 people are internally testing the new build with over half a million devices running the build 10122 which was revealed last week. Furthermore, around 15,000 people are also testing the build 10125 internally as shown in the leaked screenshot. As for the slow ring subscribers, there are around 1.7 million users running Windows 10 build 10074. There are over 150,000 users who are still running the 10041, which was released a few weeks back.
Microsoft is expected to release Windows 10 later this summer — no exact availability date is announced at the moment. During an interview, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore said the main priority will be the launch for desktop, while other products, phone, HoloLens, Xbox and Surface Hub will get a staggered launch and will not see the light of the day on the same day as desktop.
We’ll update you as soon as we get any other information about the launch of Windows 10, or any new build.Further reading: build 10130, Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows 10 technical preview