Windows 10

Microsoft's Windows team is still working hard to squash some bugs in the current 9879 public build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Today, it released a new patch that's designed to fix "frequent Explorer crashes" according to a message from Microsoft's Gabriel Aul.

Specifically, Microsoft's support page says the patch is to fix a problem that was causing the Explorer.exe program to be hit with a continuous amount of "crashes after you upgrade to Windows Server Technical Preview or Windows 10 Technical Preview."

While Microsoft may offer even more patches to the Windows 10 9879 build down the road, it won't launch a major new update to the preview version of its next operating system until sometime in early 2015.

Source: Gabriel Aul (Twitter), Microsoft