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There are times when the Microsoft’s Windows Insider program goes weeks without a new Windows 10 preview build. Today, Microsoft’s Dona Sarkar has announced that there won’t be any new Windows 10 builds this week, as the company needs more time to test the preview update before sending it out to the beta testers.

Today, Windows Insider program chief Dona Sarkar tweeted announcing the reasons on why there will be no new builds today or this week. In a tweeted, Microsoft’s Dona Sarkar, Windows Insider program chief revealed that there won’t be any new builds this week as Microsoft wants to “ensure the best possible experience for you”.

Windows Insiders, we are not flighting today. This build is VERY important and we want to ensure the best possible experience for you. We’re going to continue to work on a few things over the weekend. We’ll have more info early next week. Thank you,” Sarkar tweeted.

While the general public is just starting to get used to the new Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the next build for Insiders is expected to include a bunch of new features that would improve the way we interact with Windows operating system.

Microsoft is testing a new feature called ‘Windows Timeline‘ for the Insiders, this new feature uses the power of cloud and works across devices, allowing the users to create snapshots of their app activity and resume the work on any device.

“We’ve heard strong interest in this feature, and we’re pleased you’ll see it in the next WIP build going out to the Fast Ring. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on this experience,” said Terry Myerson, EVP for Windows and Devices at Microsoft.

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