Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build 14905 Launched by Microsoft
Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build 14905 Launched by Microsoft

Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build 14905 Launched by Microsoft

Up till now, many rumours have been made about the rollout of Microsoft’s Windows 10 build 14905, but yet again the news taken the headline that Microsoft has just released the well-known second Redstone 2 build for PCs, Windows 10 build 14905 to insiders enrolled in the fast ring, the first one for mobile devices who just received the Anniversary Update this week.

Reportedly, Windows 10 build 14905 comes with several improvements including bug fixes even Microsoft is emphasizing that it’s just prior to what is called the development stage of Redstone 2, so more new features would come later.

Microsoft is working hard to make new features ready for insiders who will give a tryout by sending feedback for making changes to future improvements just prior to any public announcement, because of the Redstone 2 being next major step for Windows 10 with this update which is expected to launch in spring next year.

Similarly, mobile users would feel the roll out of Redstone 2 more important for their devices, with Microsoft itself promising to bring more cool things next year, but now the focus is on PC exclusively.

The Windows Insider T-shirt

According to the announcement of the head of the Windows Insider program, Dona Sarkar; the winner of the Windows Insider T-shit contest launched recently, explaining that this design will be sold online and available for everyone.

Furthermore, in addition to new announcement regarding the T-shirt availability for purchase, Dona Sarkar explained that after a long – and often heated – selection process including a vote by the Windows Insider community, our judges narrowed it down to five finalists before picking the ultimate winner: a beautiful design concept by E. Bautista from the United States.

The new build can be downloaded; you must give it a try right now but shouldn’t forget that it is still passing through a development stage where bugs and issues are something much expected. You need to ensure sending of all bugs to Microsoft in order to get them fixed in the next build.

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