Windows 10 Insider Build Versions and Release Dates for PC’s.
BUILD 9841 | October 1st, 2014 (iso) [WED]
BUILD 9860 | October 22nd, 2014 [WED]
BUILD 9879 | November 12th, 2014 [WED]
BUILD 9926 | January 21st, 2015 [WED]
BUILD 10041 | March 18th, 2015 (iso) [WED]
BUILD 10049 | March 30th, 2015 [MON]
BUILD 10061 | April 22nd, 2015 [WED]
BUILD 10074 | April 29th, 2015 (iso) [WED]
BUILD 10122 | May 20th, 2015 [WED]
BUILD 10130 | May 29th, 2015 [FRI]
BUILD 10158 | June 29th, 2015 [MON]
BUILD 10159 | June 30th, 2015 [TUE]
BUILD 10162 | July 2nd, 2015 [THU]
BUILD 10166 | July 9th, 2015 [THU]
BUILD 10240 | July 15th, 2015 [RTM] [WED] – (*) Doesn’t count as an insider build release
BUILD 10240 | July 29th, 2015 [GA] [WED] – (*) Doesn’t count as an insider build release
BUILD 10525 | August 18th, 2015 [TUE]
BUILD 10532 | August 27th, 2015 [THU]
BUILD 10547 | September 18th, 2015 [FRI]
BUILD 10565 | October 12th, 2015 [MON]
BUILD 10576 | October 29th, 2015 [THU]
BUILD 10586 | November 5th, 2015 [THU | 10:00am]
BUILD 11082 | December 16th, 2015 [WED | 10:05am]
BUILD 11099 | January 13th, 2016 [WED | 10:03am]
BUILD 11102 | January 21th, 2016 [THU | 10:03am]
BUILD 14251 | January 27th, 2016 [WED | 10:02am]
BUILD 14257 | February 3rd, 2016 [WED | 4:01pm]
BUILD 14267 | February 18th, 2016 [THU | 10:06am]
BUILD 14271 | February 24th, 2016 [WED | 10:01am]
BUILD 14279 | March 4th, 2016 [FRI | 10:07am]
BUILD 14291 | March 17th, 2016 [THU | 4:05pm] | w/Edge Ext.
BUILD 14295 | March 25th, 2016 [FRI | 10:01am]
BUILD 14316 | April 6th, 2016 [WED | 10:02am]
BUILD 14328 | April 22nd, 2016 [FRI | 08:01am]
BUILD 14332 | April 26th, 2016 [TUE | 3:01pm]
BUILD 14342 | May 10th, 2016 [TUE | 6:00pm]
BUILD 14352 | May 26th, 2016 [THU | 3:30pm]
BUILD 14361 | June 8th, 2016 [WED | 10:00am] – Dona Sarkar’s First Build Rel.
BUILD 14366 | June 14th, 2016 [TUE | 3:20pm]
BUILD 14367 | June 16th, 2016 [THU | 7:15pm]
BUILD 14371 | June 22nd, 2016 [WED | 9:00am]
BUILD 14372 | June 23rd, 2016 [THU | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14376 | June 28th, 2016 [TUE | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14379 | June 30th, 2016 [THU | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14383 | July 7th, 2016 [THU | 10:00am]
BUILD 14385 | July 9th, 2016 [SAT | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14388 | July 12th, 2016 [TUE | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14390 | July 15th, 2016 [FRI | 10:00am]
BUILD 14393 | July 18th, 2016 [MON | 3:00pm] [RS1|RTM]
BUILD 14393 | August 2nd, 2016 [TUE | 10:00am] [RS1|GA] – (*) Doesn’t count as an insider build release
BUILD 14901 | August 11th, 2016 [THU | 3:32pm]
BUILD 14905 | August 17th, 2016 [WED | 10:00am]
BUILD 14915 | August 31st, 2016 [WED | 10:00am]
BUILD 14926 | September 14th, 2016 [WED | 10:00am]
BUILD 14931 | September 21st, 2016 [WED | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14936 | September 28th, 2016 [WED | 10:00am]
BUILD 14942 | October 7th, 2016 [FRI | 10:00am]
BUILD 14946 | October 13th, 2016 [THU | 10:00am]
BUILD 14951 | October 19th, 2016 [WED | 3:00pm]
BUILD 14955 | October 25th, 2016 [TUE | 10am]
BUILD 14959 | November 3rd, 2016 [THU | 10am]
BUILD 14965 | November 9th, 2016 [WED | 10am]
BUILD 14971 | November 17th, 2016 [THU | 10am]
BUILD 14986 | December 7th, 2016 [WED | 3pm]
BUILD 15002 | January 9th, 2017 [MON | 10am]
BUILD 15007 | January 12th, 2017 [THU | 3pm]
BUILD 15014 | January 19th, 2017 [THU | 3pm]
BUILD 15019 | January 27th, 2017 [FRI | 10am]
BUILD 15025 | February 1st, 2017 [WED | 12pm]
BUILD 15031 | February 9th, 2017 [THU | 3pm]
BUILD 15042 | February 24th, 2017 [FRI | 10am]
BUILD 15046 | February 28th, 2017 [TUE | 3pm]
BUILD 15048 | March 2nd, 2017 [FRI | 10am]
BUILD 15055 | March 10th, 2017 [FRI | 10am]
Windows 10 Nerd Math. What day of the week an Insider Build typically gets released.
*Total of 70 Releases as of 3/10
I was getting ready to use the Windows 10 Download Tool to create an ISO to upgrade my old HP Laptop (DV9543CL). I downloaded the tool and ran. However I kept getting the following error when tryting to use.
I rebooted several times.
I try to run with elevated permissions (run as Administrator).
Nothing was working.
I finally changed my user account permissions to local admin and that resolved. Sigh…
On the heels of Microsofts big Janurary System Updates (1/19), which saw its largest number of system updates (15), Microsoft has released another set of updates.
- Surface UEFI update (v1.51116.78.0) recalibrates touch panel.
- Surface Touch Controller Firmware update (v184.108.40.206) recalibrates touch panel.
- Surface Platform Power Driver update (v220.127.116.11) improves charging.
Surface Pro 4 Firmware and Driver Update for November 2015. Release date is November 9th.
- No details as of yet on this update
This is the second update in less than a week. There was an earlier update November 2nd.
- HD Graphics 520 driver update (v18.104.22.16808) addresses some display issues, including some scenarios that result in screen flickering.
- Display audio driver update (v22.214.171.1249) supports compatibility with the updated graphics driver.
- Surface Embedded Controller Firmware update (v103.855.257.0) improves system stability.
- Surface Pen Settings driver update (v10.0.302.0) adds support for future functionality on Windows 10.
You can see main Surface Pro 4 Update page here.
Updated Surface 3 Firmware and Drivers for November 2015.
No current details on what it includes. Download here.
The new Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book Stylus that was just released. I just got mine in the mail today.
The Stylus is also backward compatible with the Surface Pro 3 and the Surface 3, which is great news since this is what I am currently using.
New with this Stylus is a package of different tips. The tips provide different friction on the glass.
2H – Very Low Friction
H – Low Friction
HB – Medium Friction
B – High Friction
The default tip in the stylus is the HB version.
The new Surface Stylus is about 1/2” longer than the previous pen and in my opinion it seems to be more weight distributed. Comparison of the SP3 and SP4 Stylus.
No buttons on the new Stylus. There is a button bar on the flat side of the Stylus that now controls the right click feature. I kind of like the flat surface of the Stylus for my finger. It feels more ergonomic.
Be careful trying to remove the cap. IT IS NOT A SCREW CAP like the previous version. It is a guided notch. It turns a quarter turn and pulls off. I bet there will be a handful of calls to Microsoft support from people breaking them before they are ever used. Ouch…
I actually read the user guide with this pen, after almost breaking mine.
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