Microsoft has made available to the public their latest trial version Windows 10 which may also be the one users will eventually receive in the next update of the operating system.
The 17.763 trial version of the upcoming October update (Redstone 5) has been released to the public for the necessary testing, and as reported, there are no new features introduced so far, just some minor changes and adjustments to the operating system.
These adjustments include bug fixes in data variations for different monitors from some Bluetooth devices, as well as solutions for increased battery usage on laptops when using certain applications (OneNote is cited as an example here). Also, to the surprise of users, the clipping tool may be removed but the ability to capture screenshots of our screen to be included in another operating system application.
The most interesting statement about upcoming information comes from the head of the Windows Insider, Dona Sarkar: "The publishing watermark at the bottom right corner of the desktop is no longer available in this version. This does not mean we're done. " In this way Dona points out that this version is not the final product.
However, it seems that the biggest part of the major update work has already been completed, except for some of the latest improvements that may come from people who experience this release. This means that the October update can reach our computers even early next month.