After hinting at a release earlier this morning, Microsoft's Windows Insider leader Gabriel Aul has just confirmed that the next Windows 10 PC preview build will be released later today.
In a Twitter message today, Aul stated:
"Good morning #WindowsInsiders! Today we have a new build for PC - 10122. We'll start making available in just a couple of hours, stay tuned."
Earlier this morning, Aul asked Windows Insider members if they wanted to have the next Windows 10 build released this week or wait another week so that the team could fix an issue with Project Spartan (a.k.a. Microsoft Edge) crashing on AMD PCs. The members said they wanted the build released immediately to Fast ring users so that's what's going to happen later today.
Aul added in a follow-up message:
"Since we made th (sic) call to release 10122 last night (you voted!) Langs/editions will roll out through the day - most this AM, the rest by EOD."
Source: Gabriel Aul (Twitter)
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