Microsoft rolled outto the fast ring earlier today, but the company also released a new build for the slow ring, as work on the Anniversary Update seems to advance at a very good pace these days.
Windows 10 build 14372 is now available for users enrolled in the slow ring too and this is living proof that we’re indeed getting closer to the moment when the company is expected to release the Anniversary Update to everyone else too – the latest information on this front indicates that, according to a now-pulled Microsoft press release.
Usually, Microsoft makes new builds available for insiders in the slow ring when they are stable enough and the company manages to fix the majority of bugs, so it’s safe to say that right now, Windows 10 build 14372 is one of the best so far.
What’s new in this build?
Just like all the builds released these days, 14372 doesn’t bring anything too exciting in terms of new features, as the focus is these days on fixing bugs and getting the Anniversary Update ready for the big launch in a few weeks.
“With your help, we’re on our way to make the Windows 10 Anniversary Update awesome for ALL of our customers this summer. The team is busily working on triaging and investigating the top bugs that you sent in. The hustle is pretty real around Redmond right now. As they check in fixes for these bugs into builds, it’s important for us to get those builds out to you as soon as we can to validate those fixes,” Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider program, said when releasing build 14372.
The only new thing that comes with this build is the Evernote Web Clipper extension for Microsoft Edge, so you can clip the webpages you want to keep and save them in Evernote.
Just like all the other builds, you can get this one via Windows Update if you are enrolled in the slow ring.