Last month, Microsoft released the first build of Redstone to Windows Insiders. The company also announced a faster Fast Ring for this year, promising faster release of Windows 10 Insider builds. Now, Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul stated that he is now using Build 11097 on his PC now. Of course, Windows 10’s Redstone update is very early in development, and there is not any new features or major UI improvements just yet.
Regarding new features and other noticeable changes, Gabe stated:
@win10fan It's still early in development, so mostly underlying structural stuff still, not UX
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) January 9, 2016
Fort those wondering, Windows 10 Build 11097 probably includes some bug fixes and improvements under the hoods. It’s worth noting that according to my sources, Microsoft is internally testing Windows 10 Mobile 11098, too — just like the PC builds, there aren’t any new features in the latest build of Windows 10 Mobile either.
Microsoft may roll out a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Fast Ring this week to get the party for the faster fast ring started. It will, indeed, be very interesting to see how the OS evolves in the coming months. Until then, share your expectations for the Redstone update in the comment section below.