Microsoft Windows 10 'Final Build' available for Insiders; Edge 112 percent faster than Chrome
As Microsoft is just two weeks away from beginning to offer Windows 10 to the world, the company on Monday announced that builds from here on will only be available through Windows Update
New Delhi: As Microsoft is just two weeks away from beginning to offer Windows 10 to the world, the company on Monday announced that builds from here on will only be available through Windows Update.
So to get this one you can either wait and it will be installed automatically (but who are we kidding, I know you want it now!) or go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates. Remember that you’ll need to be logged in with your Microsoft Account in order to receive the build.
Besides builds, over the next 2 weeks you’ll also see some Windows Updates and app updates in the Store, so make sure to keep checking for updates daily to make sure you’re running the latest and greatest code.
Microsoft Edge is blazing fast!
On WebKit Sunspider, Edge is 112% faster than Chrome
On Google Octane, Edge is 11% faster than Chrome
On Apple JetStream, Edge is 37% faster than Chrome
“We’re really pleased with those performance gains and we hope that you’ll enjoy faster browsing with Microsoft Edge along with the many great features we’ve added over the last several builds,” Microsoft official said in its blog.
Windows 10 App Development
Developers working on Windows 10 will have the first opportunity to upload Universal Windows Applications to the Windows Dev Center using production quality Windows 10 tools on July 29th. We appreciate all the time you’ve spent using flights of the tools and providing feedback and we are excited for you to begin sharing your applications with everyone running Windows 10. For more information on developing Universal Windows Apps, see the Building Apps For Windows blog.