Since the launch of Windows 10 back in July, we’ve seen just seen build 10532 released to members of Windows Insider program. Though it seems we have new build 10537 which has been leaked online, however, there’s no official word from Microsoft yet. Credible leaker WZor has now posted a few screenshots of the new build on his Twitter page, and promises that ISOs of the new build will be available soon, which apparently have now made its way online.
Noticeable changes in the new build include a slew of updated icons, along with new context menus that now offer better contrast thus making it easier to read through. In addition, Windows 10 build 10537 also seems to have overhauled opening and closing animations for Windows Store apps which makes it much more pleasing to eyes. Though there are still elements of inconsistency which still needs to be worked on, for instance, different context menus have different color tones – which make it rather hard to differentiate.
At the moment, Windows 10 build 10537 has not yet been officially confirmed by Microsoft, hence we’d strongly advise our readers not to download or install the leaked ISOs as it has the potential to cause issues that might restrict users to update to future official Windows 10 updates and releases.
Meanwhile in other related news, the Redmond giant recently postponed the release of Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 due to a bug that was discovered in the build that prevents users from upgrading to future versions. The company says that the build will now be rolled out early next week. Hence, members of the slow ring will have to hold on to their horses for one more week at least, who’re still running the Windows 10 Mobile build 10166 and should be feeling rather left out.
Moreover, it’s worth pointing out the fact that the last Windows 10 Mobile build (i.e. 10512) released by Microsoft was only aimed at Insiders of the fast ring, slow ring members have been stuck on the same build for the past two months.