Microsoft Nixed Windows 10 Insider Build 14327 Due to a Last Minute Bug
Microsoft's Gabe Aul had promised that a new Windows 10 build from the Redstone series of updates will be released to the Insiders this week. First slated for last week, the build was then moved to this week. Now, Gabe Aul has tweeted that Windows 10 14327 for Desktop was cancelled yesterday due to a PCI Express bug.
Windows 10 14327 held back due to a last-minute issue
Microsoft promised to release a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build sometime this week, after it was held back due to a major bug last week. While those on Windows 10 Mobile did finally receive a new test build, desktop users are expecting to receive a new build sometime this week. The company was apparently planning to start the week by throwing the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview 14327 to the Fast ring members of the Windows Insider program. However, the build couldn't be pushed out due to a critical issue, delaying the launch even further.
Responding to a tweet, Gabe Aul has revealed on Twitter that Microsoft decided to cancel the release of Windows 10 14327 due to a PCI Express bug. The company still hopes to release a new desktop build this week.
@win10fan We had been evaluating 14327 for PC but nixed it today because of a PCI Express bug. Still shooting for this week w/ a newer build
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) April 19, 2016
Depending on how the internal testing of the next Windows 10 PC Preview build pans out, the release could be delayed even further. But, for now we are hoping to get a new build this week. Coming to give us a glimpse of the highly awaited Windows 10 Anniversary Update, launching later this summer, the upcoming update will bring the new Start Menu additions to the operating system.