Windows 10 Insider Preview picks up ‘Dynamic’ Monday update for build 10130
Insiders who wished for frequent updates and quicker releases from the Windows team, your prayers have been answered over the last month. As Microsoft inches closer to that July 29th release date for Windows 10, Insider should expect a plethora of bug fixing updates to come through the floodgates. While there is still some more spit and polish to be applied the operating system, it seems Microsoft is focusing on stability as of late.
An update is available for 10130 PC build now on WU. More details in Insider Hub.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) June 1, 2015
Today’s updates for Windows 10 Insider Preview include fixes for Outlook Mail. Specifically:
This update fixes a problem in which Outlook Mail might crash due to a memory error, and does not synchronize e-mail when the app is running in the background.
Insiders on the Slow Ring updates should be able to update their systems with the second patch offered in today’s update (KB3069066).
There has been some word about Insiders on the Slow Ring being able to jump up to 10130 while members of the Fast Ring might receive yet another build soon. Today’s update appears to be laying the groundwork for Slow Ring upgraders by addressing the Outlook Mail crashes before they upgrade to build 10130.