Another Wednesday, another Windows 10 preview build. This time, the version in question is Windows 10 build 20152, and it has just landed in the Dev channel.
Unlike last week’s release, there are no new features in this build.
This release is from the Iron development branch. But as Microsoft recently revealed, builds in the Dev channel are not tied to a single release. They can contain features from any upcoming version of the operating system.
Only when a build gets promoted to the Beta channel, do we get down to the specifics.
As for build 20152, there are only a few fixes, to go with a bunch of things that you need to be aware of if you deploy it on your testbed. You can catch up on the details here in the announcement blog post, but a brief rundown is available below.
For the fixes, Microsoft has taken care of an issue that resulted in Notepad unexpectedly being removed after resetting your PC.
Another small issue that got fixed was with the “Windows need space to continue” dialog that told users to continue, but a Continue button was not present. Redmond also resolved an issue that resulted in the Windows Update icon not appearing in the notification area of the taskbar when a reboot was readied.
A slightly larger selection of known issues too, including that of the update process hanging for extended periods of time when attempting to install a new build.
As usual, you can get this latest build via Windows Update.
You will need to be on the Dev channel to gain access. To begin, head on over to the Windows Insider Tab in Settings, though you might find that the Dev channel is still called the Fast ring.