Microsoft releases the first Windows 10 Redstone build to Insiders


Microsoft today released the first Windows 10 Redstone build to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. The company today released Build 11082 from the rs1_release lab to Insiders. The latest build of Windows 10 does not introduce a lot of new features, but it brings some pretty sweet improvements. Here is what’s changed:

With this build, you won’t see big noticeable changes or new features just yet. Right now, the team is focused on product improvements based on the feedback we’re hearing on the November update to Windows 10. This includes the changes that have also been going out as cumulative updates through Windows Update on your PCs running the Windows 10 November Update as well as on phones running Windows 10 too. We’re also working on some structural improvements to OneCore, which is the shared core of Windows across devices. Essentially, OneCore is the heart of Windows, and these improvements to OneCore make building Windows across PC, tablet, phone, IoT, Hololens and Xbox more efficient. We’re doing some code refactoring and other engineering work to make sure OneCore is optimally structured for teams to start checking in new features and improvements in the new year.

For those who don’t know, Build 11082 is the first Windows 10 Redstone build released to Insiders. Windows 10’s next major update is dubbed as Redstone, which will be coming in two phases next year. Microsoft is expected to bring support for Extensions on Edge, Continuum improvements, and much more.

The latest build of Windows 10 is now live on Windows Update, go grab it!