Error slows down the release a new build of Windows 10 Technical Preview
The last public build of Windows 10 Technical Preview was released in January. February passed without any new versions, and to somehow smooth out the agonizing wait for Gabe Aul from Microsoft team confirmed earlier this week that they are seriously exploring the idea of weekly releases, as required by numerous users.
Gabe also said that at the moment they just can’t provide a more regular schedule of a new build, since the stabilization and improvement of many of the new features takes more time. In addition, the integration of these functions takes place in several stages. Therefore, it is impossible to create a clear schedule of releases, so some Assembly will have to wait longer and others less. The company will continue to strive to release a new version every 30 days, but sometimes (like now) you may need a little more time.
Responding to a question on Twitter, Gabe said that the new build was a bug that slows down its launch. He also confirmed that the company will release this build, if the bug is fixed. Otherwise, users will receive the following Assembly.