Windows 10 build 10532 release date

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  1. rap1021

    rap1021 Master Guru

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    When will microsoft release windows 10 build 10532 rtm..??
    Really waiting for that one as 10240 buggy...
     
  2. SacredKnight27

    SacredKnight27 Master Guru

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    The updates that insiders are getting currently will probably be seen for the November update. It was supposed to be October but it got pushed back a bit.
     
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    It will never be released as a full new build. Only parts of it will be pushed out as updates to 10240.
     
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    What you are asking for is when will Windows 10 'Threshold 2' (TH2) be released. Build 10532 you mentioned is a pre-release test build (preview build for insiders) The answer of release date is sometime in November (pushed back from October).

    The final build will probably install like a very large update (kind of like Service Packs on previous Windows) rather than install like a new OS. It isn't considered a major update, that is for Redstone next year.
     

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    So if i just download that update in november will i be able to install it right away or will i need to install previous cumulative updates...
    I was never a fan of updating windows be it 7 8 or 8.1.
     
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    It should install as a standalone update.

    Currently the Insider Previews, including 10532, install like a complete OS upgrade like you may have done from say, Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10. This is supposedly changing in the future to a simpler, quicker process for the TH2 release and possible further significant updates including the major update Redstone.
     

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