As promised earlier today, Microsoft has just started to roll out the new Windows 10 Insider Preview build to Windows Insider members on the Fast update ring. The build number of this new version is 10122.
Windows Insider leader Gabriel Aul has already announced, via his Twitter account, "Some languages (as well as language packs) will take longer to roll out - - so if you don't see yours yet just keep trying." In his blog post he metioned a known issue that will cause the Microsoft Edge browser to crash on PCs with AMD GPUs. He added:
"Other than that issue I think you'll see that this build is a bit more stable and polished than the last one, which is to be expected as we begin to stabilize for the public release this summer. From here on out you'll see fewer big feature changes from build to build, and more tuning, tweaking, stabilizing, and polishing. The Insider Previews continue to be aimed at very technical people who want to play with pre-released code, but I think you'll feel more and more comfortable using this build and future builds on your day to day systems."