Windows 10 build 10568 leaked onto the internet this weekend, and the build includes a rather small amount of changes, which at this stage of development isn’t really surprising as Threshold 2 is set to RTM possibly this week or next week. Still, it’s our duty to go hands on and showcase the changes that ‘are’ present, so let’s get started.
In the video, we showcase a new dark title bar for messaging, more dark mode improvements and a new Skype Toast Notification for audio and video calls. That’s pretty much all that’s ‘new’ in 10568, and by new we mean things we haven’t seen yet.
As mentioned above, at this stage in development it would be surprising to see any huge features get implemented before sign off, as the RTM should be less than 2 weeks away now. I wouldn’t be surprised if Threshold 2 entered RTM-escrow very soon, possibly this week.
Stay tuned at WinBeta for more news regarding the RTM of Threshold 2 and the update that will follow, Redstone!