We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 has undergone some changes since it was released. However, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 Redstone 6 builds are coming much sooner than you think.
Windows 10 Redstone 6 Builds Are Coming ‘Sooner Than You Think’
Along with Windows 10, the tech giant Microsoft has developed the next new versions in parallel and always available for users to test and contribute to the problems encountered.
Now the Redstone 5 developments are underway, it’s time to open the game and think about Redstone 6. Here’s how you can prepare to get access to this new version.
The Insiders program includes several levels of development and versions, with more or less news. To make early access open to everyone, the tech giant Microsoft has recently created yet another development level, Skip Ahead, which includes the most modern one.
With the preparation for Redstone 6, the tech giant Microsoft decided to redo this program, removing the previous users and reopening it for those who want to test future news.
How to join the Skip Ahead Insiders Program
Like all Insiders Settings, it is also accessed by the Windows Settings zone. Once inside, choose the option Update and Security from the list of options that are available. Within this area, you must choose the Windows Insider Program tab.
How to Enable the Skip Ahead program in Windows 10
If they are not yet registered as belonging to the Insiders Program, they must complete this step. Then they must change the development cycle they want to belong to. Remember that the more news you want, the more problems and bugs you can find.
How to choose early access to Windows 10 news
To gain early access to Redstone 6 builds, you must choose the Skip Ahead to next Windows release option.
For now, there is still no news in this new development cycle, and the tech giant Microsoft is still preparing the release of the version that will be known closer to the end of the year.
Soon it is expected that the first changes and future improvements will begin to emerge, not forgetting what is being prepared to come up with this new version.
Skip Ahead is now open! #WindowsInsiders can now choose to “skip ahead” to the next feature update of Windows 10. Please note: Only a limited number of Insiders will be allowed to skip ahead and once that limit has been reached, Skip Ahead will be closed. pic.twitter.com/Uw1xvPntDf
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) July 23, 2018
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