(updated to fix typos in build numbers)
According to Neowin, one of the more recent fast ring builds for Windows Insiders, Windows 10 build 14352 for PCs, went missing over the weekend. Users reported not having access to downloading it, instead being told to download build 14342.
@donasarkar Has 14352 been pulled from the Insider servers? On multiple Fast Ring test machines, I am only being offered 14342.
— Ed Bott (@edbott) June 5, 2016
New chief of the Windows Insider program Dona Sarkar was quick to respond and suspected that there was a problem due to some branching changes.
We're doing a few branching changes. I suspect that's what's going on. I'll let you know once we're up again.
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) June 5, 2016
And today, Sarkar is now reporting that the problem has been corrected and Windows Insiders shouldn't have a problem downloading Windows 10 build 14352.
Everyone should again have access to PC 14352. Thanks team. https://t.co/7XbefvIrVF
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) June 7, 2016
Windows 10 build 14352 launched nearly two weeks ago and brought new features like being able to use Windows Defender alongside other anti-malware programs, a new Groove Music build, and a preview of Hyper-V Containers. So if you are looking to specifically try out 14352 on your desktop PC, Windows Insiders should have no problem downloading it now.