Microsoft pushes update patch for Windows 10 build 9879
Users on the Windows 10 preview build 9879 are starting to see a patch being sent out via Windows Update. Dubbed the Windows Technical Preview November Update, the relatively small update clocks in at just 1.6 MB. At this time, it appears that the KB3019269 update is being pushed out to resolve the bluescreen error that some were experiencing.
According to Microsoft's Gabriel Aul on Twitter:
It looks like Microsoft wants to see how the update performs before pushing out build 9879 to Slow ring users:
Have you seen the update yet on your Windows 10 machines? Let us know.
Thanks to Paul for the tip.
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I know that and that wasn't what i meant, what i meant is that WP10/Windows phone 10 or whatever he called it is the same.
because you know, we don't call Android linux, do we ?
Android IS linux, but we don't say Linux Android and it's the same reason people will say WP AND W10, we both will understand what they are still talking about....
it's the same thing !
I'm not defending anyone, just stating a fact about it being the same.