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Microsoft Accidentally Pushed Internal-Only Windows 10 Build

The tech giant Microsoft improves its Windows 10 operating system on a regular basis with the new software updates, and the company made everything sharper a couple of months ago with the April 2019 update. Well, now the company has accidentally rolled out down the internal-only Windows 10 update to the Windows Insider users.

According to a Twitter user, the company rolled out the Windows 10 build 18947 and the update hit to the Windows Insider users using 32-bit machines. The update came with the new Start Menu design and the same looks like in the early stage of development. Furthermore, the Start Menu doesn’t feature the Microsoft signature Live Tiles.

That’s not all, the Twitter user also reveals that the internal Windows 10 build also featured a GIF search tool within the emoji picker section. It also came with a centre-aligned Start Menu in the tablet mode with a transparent background.

The company has rolled back the update and explains on the forum is about the rollback process and other information about the accidental push.

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