A few days after build 10134 of Windows 10 got leaked, a more recent version of Microsoft's next operating system has also made its way to pirate sites. This time, the build number jumps all the way up to build 10135.
The release notes for that build had already been leaked a few days earlier, showing a few minor changes such as the "Get Skype" app now available pre-installed on the desktop. However, it's likely that Microsoft will release an even more recent build of Windows 10 in the near future. We know that the company has been testing build 10136 internally because Windows Insider lead Gabriel Aul posted up a couple of screenshots of that build last week.
As per our policy, we don't offer direct links to leaked builds, and we would recommend that users who are not well versed in installing these kind of pirated Windows 10 builds to not grab this version either.
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