While Fast ring Insiders are getting treated to a fresh October 2018 Update test build today, Microsoft isn't leaving Slow ring Insiders out in the cold. But don't get too excited: today's release is just a cumulative update.
If you're in the Slow ring, you'll now be able to download Windows 10 preview build 17758.1004. While it's a small, incremental update, Microsoft says that it contains all of the fixes that were included in build 17760 and is designed to help test the company's servicing pipeline.
Apart from a pair of new Insider builds now rolling out on each Insider ring, Microsoft also posted ISOs for build 17758. For Insiders who want to perform a "clean" install of the build, you can use the ISO files to create install media on either a USB flash drive or disc to do just that.
Slow ring Insiders can grab build 17758.1004 via Windows Update now. If you'd rather go for the ISOs, you can sign in with your account and download them from Microsoft now. And for developers, the latest SDK preview for build 17758 now available as well.
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