Over the weekend, a new build of Windows 10 has found its way online. This time around, it is version 10568, and if you were hoping to see new features, this build appears to be similar to the one released last week to Insiders.
The fact that this build is nearly identical to the one released last week by Microsoft should not come as a huge surprise as the company is now tightening up features that are included in this release as they prepare to release Threshold wave 2.
With that being said, some users are seeing that missed call notifications are starting to show up in this build, along with the ability to reply with SMS, if you are also using Windows 10 Mobile too.
Unless you like to collect these builds or truly want to live on the bleeding edge of Windows builds, there is likely not a good reason to install this release. This build likely has a few bug fixes and other stability enhancements but without a changelog or even support from Microsoft, your experience with this release could vary widely.
Threshold wave 2 is still expected to be released next month and as we approach that time window, expect these builds to focus more on bug fixing and stability and less on new features.
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