Windows 10 build 10102 has leaked

Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10102

Another build of Windows 10, build 10102, has found its way to the web in what has been a week of consistent leaks around the OS. The latest version comes to us from China, and is from the winmain branch, although this ISO only includes the local Chinese language pack.

Even though the build number is higher than the previous items we had seen leaked, this one does not have all of the features that were shown off in 10074, so unless you want to download the build to add it to your collection, it's likely better to stay with the other build that leaked.

Owned therefore, was reportedly skipped ninth version: the transition from the eighth to the tenth straight intended to symbolize a great step forward, to a focus on the Internet and mobile users. In Microsoft Windows 10 was called “the most powerful platform in history.” The presenter vice president of Microsoft in operating systems Terry Meyerson said that Windows 10 is installed on a wide variety of devices of different types as compared to previous versions. Some of these devices, according to the presentations, now includes not only desktops, laptops and tablets, but also smart phones, and TVs.


- Windows 10: They want list
- Add tabs to Windows Explorer/File Explorer
- Make Windows Update a one-stop shop for ALL drivers
- Kill off all Aero-themed objects
- Bring back Aero Glass!
- Persian calendar
- Pin ANYTHING to the Start menu
- A new Notepad.exe
- Remixing the Volume Mixer
- Drag-and-drop apps between virtual desktops

What’s New in Build 10056

- Cortana New Look
- 3D Live Tile
- The menu also includes home, notepad, reminder, location, music , Help, and set several options.
- Cortana is now integrated into start
- Cortana’s height is now variable to start
- Start can now be set to use a blur
- There are new Tile animations
- Live Tiles can now be disabled
- Some of the sounds have been renamed
- The category icon is now shown next to the back-arrow in Settings App
- Some icons have been changed Settings App
- This build indicates the first build in the Insider Preview series instead of the Technical Preview
- Selecting Display Settings from the Desktop context menu gives you an error, akin to previous builds that did the same
- A link to Windows Shell Experience Host in the Start menu (which takes you to Task Scheduler)
- Some weird text display issues in settings which may possibly be unicode related
- New builds are no longer ‘Technical Preview’ they are ‘Insider Preview’
- New features in Settings app
- Cortana takes up the full left side of the screen in tablet mode.
- The start menu has now areo blur feature.
- When live tiles change animation they have a new 3D Affect when changing.

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