Difference between revisions of "Windows 10 build 9697"

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This pre-Technical Preview build of [[Windows 10]] is the earliest known as of 2016-05-31. It was shown at the /BUILD/ on 2014-04-02. Much like [[Windows 2000 build 2202.1|Whistler build 2202]] and [[Windows 7 build 7700]], the kernel version is still 6.3 and there is a dispute as to whether it is a very early build of Windows 10  or a post-RTM [[Windows 8.1]] build (despite the watermark calling it 'Windows 8.1 Enterprise'.)
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This pre-Technical Preview build of [[Windows 10]] is the earliest known as of {{CURRENTYEAR}}. It was shown at the /BUILD/ on 2014-04-02. Much like [[Windows 2000 build 2202.1|Whistler build 2202]] and [[Windows 7 build 7700]], the kernel version is still 6.3 and there is a dispute as to whether it is a very early build of Windows 10  or a post-RTM [[Windows 8.1]] build (despite the watermark calling it 'Windows 8.1 Enterprise'.)

Revision as of 20:35, 26 February 2019

6.3.9697.fbl_grfx_dev_p.140227-2030
Build of Windows 10
6.3.9697.fbl_grfx_dev_p.140227-2030
OS family
Architecturex86, x64
Compiled2014-02-27
Timebomb
Works in
SKUs
Enterprise

This pre-Technical Preview build of Windows 10 is the earliest known as of 2019. It was shown at the /BUILD/ on 2014-04-02. Much like Whistler build 2202 and Windows 7 build 7700, the kernel version is still 6.3 and there is a dispute as to whether it is a very early build of Windows 10 or a post-RTM Windows 8.1 build (despite the watermark calling it 'Windows 8.1 Enterprise'.)