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Even as we wait for the Windows 10 Creators Update to receive its mainstream launch this coming Tuesday, Microsoft has pushed ahead and shipped the first post-Creators Update preview build of Windows 10.

The next major version of Windows doesn’t have a name yet, but its codename is Redstone 3, and it’ll be released in about six months.
Coming so soon after the Creators Update, precious little is visibly different in the new build.

Earlier in the week, Microsoft said that it’s using these initial builds to make various process improvements to its internal development and engineering processes; this work changes how Windows is built without much changing what gets built.
As such, the new build fixes some bugs and changes the share icon used in Explorer and, er, not a whole lot else.
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