Microsoft is expected to release the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in the coming months. The company is now improving the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 based on the feedback they gathered from the Windows Insiders.
Recently Microsoft announced that the Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring with Skip Ahead option enabled will be able to access the builds from the development branch. For the first time, Microsoft is letting the selected Insiders try the Redstone 4 builds on their machines before the Fall Creators Update public release.
BuildFeed now reports that Microsoft has compiled the first Build 17000 of Windows 10 Redstone 4. Microsoft will work on Redstone 4 very slowly as the company’s first priority is Fall Creators Update. Microsoft earlier confirmed that no big changes would be implemented in the first build as the new development branch is now in its early days.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 builds are also likely to be buggier. Yesterday, Microsoft’s Dona Sarkar revealed the first Redstone 4 build could come as early as next week. Windows 10 Redstone 4 will bring new features and it will also improve Fluent Design language. Microsoft is expected to release Redstone 4 update next year, however, it is too early to comment on the release date.