Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15025 ISOs Now Available; Bug Bash Begins

Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15025 ISOs Now Available; Bug Bash Begins

Earlier this week Microsoft released Build 15025 for the Windows 10 Creators Update for both PC and Mobile devices and it is the 19th and 13th build respective for each platform.

This build has also been designated as the official test build for what might be the final Bug Bash for the Creators Update prior to its release in April 2017.

This Bug Bash will run for nine days between 3 and 12 February and, while Windows Insiders are looking for bugs, the Windows team will be doing the same thing inside the walls of buildings across the Redmond campus.

The primary method of discovering bugs during a focused effort like a Bug Bash is to provide scenarios, aka Quests, that put various features and functionality in Windows through its paces.

Here are some of the current Bug Bash Quests that are posted in the Windows 10 Feedback Hub - there is a total of 20:

  • Resume a previous Screen Sketch in Ink Workspace
  • Edit photos with new filter options
  • Voice command discoverability Powered By Cortana
  • Edge - Utility Sites
  • Edge Browsing and Reading
  • Try the updated Internet Explorer 11 New Tab Page
  • Try multi-monitoring scaling in Internet Explorer
  • 3D Print to i.Materialise from Paint 3D

In order to assist Insiders who might need to perform a clean install of the operating system for this event, Microsoft has once again released a set of ISOs for the latest Fast Ring build, in this case 15025, and they are available for download from the Windows Insider website.

One other note about the Creators Update - we are quickly approaching that point when Microsoft will lock down the feature set for this major update. The last few builds released to testers have been feature rich but 15025 is a build that was more focused on fixes for known issues. Expect that to be more than norm after this Bug Bash so that the company can focus on performance and bug fixes until the update is made generally available.

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