Microsoft pulls Windows 10 Insider build 18947 and finally explains what happened

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Finally, Microsoft finally explained what happened with the accidental release of the internal build 19847 to all members of Windows Insiders. According to the company, the version "accidentally launched a very limited number of Windows Insiders", which is surprising since it has been confirmed that even the Insiders in the version preview ring have seen it in the Windows update .

Anyway, build 19847 He has now retired and Jason Howard of the Windows Insider team shared the following explanation for this error, promising that Microsoft has made the necessary changes to prevent this from happening again:

Windows Insiders may be wondering what caused this scenario. We actively tested and validated each of our preview compilations internally before sharing them externally, however, a change in the configuration allowed this compilation to be released on several timbres simultaneously, including external rings. We have made the necessary repairs in our flight service and have implemented additional changes to help prevent this from happening in the future. We apologize for the problems this may have caused to the affected Insiders and we appreciate your help in informing us about this, so that we can make the necessary changes as quickly as possible.

If you have installed version 19847 by mistake on your PC, Microsoft invites you to return to the previous compilation from the Settings application (you can get more details on how to do it in the forum post). So far, it seems that the 19847 compilation has no major problems, but includes interesting changes, such as a redesigned Start Menu without Live Tiles, as well as a new design for the Control Center. It is possible that this internal compilation hides more new features that Microsoft could officially reveal in the coming weeks, but Microsoft is really inviting users to revert to its previous compilation, as this "will put it back in the right state."

Microsoft was surprisingly slow to officially acknowledge the problem and explain what happened today, but we Glad the company finally did it. There are now more than 15 million Windows users worldwide, and it is safe to say that many of them have been waiting all day to get an adequate explanation. It has been quite strange to have to wait so long to finally get it, especially when Microsoft is much faster to communicate about the problems that affect Azure, Office 365 or Xbox Live.

Anyway, we hope this has been a learning experience for the Windows Insider Team, and we can't wait for things to return to normal. In summary, we now know that there are some interesting design changes for Windows 10 in the near future.

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