Windows 10 is almost done. At this point, the company is in the fix and release stage, meaning no more big features are expected to make an appearance until after RTM. Windows Insiders in the fast ring recently received build 10130, which included a number of much-needed UI tweaks, and now it looks like build 10134 is on the horizon.
Gabe Aul on Twitter claims that build 10134 is currently in internal testing, and that he thinks the build will likely go out to the fast ring soon as it is even better then build 10130. This isn’t a surprise, as the closer we get to RTM, the more stable builds should be getting therefore the faster new builds should be released.
@BleachNerd1432 Awesome! Running 10134 on this PC (HP Spectre x360) and it’s even better imo. Fast ring may get this one too.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) June 1, 2015
Aul states that build 10134 includes no major changes, but instead focuses on bug fixes and refinements to the operating system. This will be a common trend with the majority, if not all builds from here on out. Also, Aul claims that build 10130 may reach the slow ring soon, as he is confident in the build’s stability.
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