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'''Windows 8 build 9199''' is an alleged pre-RTM build of [[Windows 8]]. It is certain that this build had never existed, since Microsoft had been forced to skip from [[windows 8 build 8888 (win8 gdr soc intel)|build 8888]] to [[Windows 8 build 9200|build 9200]] during the escrow stage due to the number 8888 not being divisible by 16, which is required by the servicing stack. This is further supported by blog posts by Microsoft employees.<ref>https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/technet-magazine/jj663498(v=msdn.10)</ref>
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'''Windows 8 build 9199''' is an alleged pre-RTM build of [[Windows 8]]. It is certain that this build had never existed, since Microsoft had been forced to skip from [[windows 8 build 8888 (win8 gdr soc intel)|build 8888]] to [[Windows 8 build 9200|build 9200]] during the escrow stage due to the number 8888 not being a whole number after division by 16, which is required by the servicing stack. This is further supported by blog posts by Microsoft employees.<ref>https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/technet-magazine/jj663498(v=msdn.10)</ref>
  
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Windows 8 build 9199 is an alleged pre-RTM build of Windows 8. It is certain that this build had never existed, since Microsoft had been forced to skip from build 8888 to build 9200 during the escrow stage due to the number 8888 not being a whole number after division by 16, which is required by the servicing stack. This is further supported by blog posts by Microsoft employees.[1]

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