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Windows Build Number 10056 x64 is now leaked.

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#1 RobertHD


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Posted 14 April 2015 - 02:42 AM

While many of you are getting used to the so called Build 10049, Famous hacker Wzor has leaked yet another Build for everyone to test. Pictures were displayed a day prior to the leak which showed some tweaks and yes Spartan is still present so don't panic,


Various tweaks and improvements are:

Moved Power off button on top of the All Apps button.

You can Now earn achievements inside the Operating System by doing certain tasks which relates to xbox's achievement program. And yes there is an a Achievement for being an Insider.

Fully Resizable Start Menu

New Icon (Located to the right of the search bar)

New Animations for the desktop picker/app picker UI

Possible New Microphone in Cortana slightly moved out in some screenshots.



Apps Updated:



Food & Drink


New app has been added:

Microsoft Family (Parental Control App?)


Refreshen Dialogs:

OneDrive Configuration

Microsoft Account Login


And a little special feature added:

Rubbish Bin Icon has now changed.



I will include some pics.




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#2 yu gnomi

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Posted 14 April 2015 - 04:06 AM

Until a few days ago, I used Win 8.1 exclusively. In a short while (whenever that computer gets fixed), I will be a 8.1 user again. As such, I see windows 10 as essentially being windows 8.2, with a "thematic" name. This doesn't prevent me from wanting to upgrade to windows 10, I probably will at some point.

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