Microsoft is now allowing the over five million members of its Windows Insider program to set up their Windows 10 PCs so they can continue to receive preview builds of the OS before they are offered to the general public.
A few weeks before Windows 10 launched on July 29, Microsoft temporarily suspended access to new updates for Windows Insider program members as the Windows 10 team concentrated on the global launch of the OS. Now WinSuperSite reports that Microsoft has flipped their switch in Redmond so that Windows Insider members can once again start to receive preview builds of upcoming Windows 10 updates.
Microsoft will continue to offer both Fast and Slow ring updates for Windows Insiders that will test and provide feedback for upcoming Windows 10 updates. As it did before the launch of the OS, the updates in the Fast ring will be released quickly but may be less stable than ones released for users signed up for Slow ring updates. Microsoft has not yet indicated when new updates will be released to Windows Insiders.