Windows 10 Build 10125 Leaked!
Windows 10 new, unofficial and unreleased build was leaked online today. Build 10125 highlights some minor improvements and visual changes which have not been added to the official Insider Preview Builds.
The leak that was only available at Neowin, is now publicly available featuring UI changes along with new icons. The new leak is only a few numbers forward compared to the current official build release 10122. So we were not expecting a lot of changes considering the limited difference in build number.
Microsoft has changed the icon set entirely in Windows 10; it remained the same throughout Windows Vista, 7 and 8.1. However upon user insistence, the company has changed the icon and people seem to like it since they have voted in favor of the new design. The new icons in the unreleased leak compliment the flatter visual design given to Windows 10.
Besides the icons, the company has also updated Edge, the browser, in the latest unreleased build. The issue of not displaying full-screen content properly has also been addressed in this build. Your browser will also look and act differently in the updated version, with settings pages featuring 2 windowpanes, i.e. Advanced Settings and Frequently Accessed Settings.
With Windows 10 release date just around the corner, it is unlikely of Microsoft to introduce new features at this point in time. Developers must be focused on perfecting the Windows and fixing bugs. After few months, the new Windows will be available worldwide for installation.
Since it is an unofficial and leaked build, make sure that you have backed up all your data before installing the Windows. In case of a crash emergency, you do not want to risk your data.