Microsoft is currently finishing things up for the Anniversary Update. This is expected to be released on August 2nd which means there is not too much time left anymore for Microsoft to get things ready. While the company has released a lot of new builds lately, there is another one expected before the release of the Anniversary Update.
Actually build 14390, which has been released on Friday was expected to be the release candidate for consumers. Now it seems like the company is working on another build of Windows 10, build 14393 which is most likely the final version.
Twitter user Core Insider Program tweeted today that he has got some updates for build 14393 already, together with ‘ZDP has clearly started’. Well, no normally updates are not indicating anything, however if new builds are receiving new updates directly after its release it means Microsoft is fixing a few remaining bugs, generally known as so-called Zero Day Patches.
It's like I just turned around for a second and 14393 suddenly has an update available. ZDP work has clearly started.
— Core Insider Program (@CoreInsiderProg) July 17, 2016
Microsoft has about 2 weeks left for the release of the Anniversary Update. If you consider the frequency of new builds Microsoft had in the last few weeks, it is very realistic to see another build before the Anniversary Update. This will be build 14393 and therefore the company is currently preparing zero day patches for this version of Windows 10.
This way consumers, who are updating their PC to this version of Windows 10, will get a few bug fixing updates right away. Though it is not clear whether Microsoft will release this build in the next few days or if we will have to wait a bit more for this one.
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