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'''Windows 10''' (codenamed ''Threshold'', also referred to as ''Windows 9'' or ''Windows TH'') is the successor to the Microsoft [[Windows 8.1]] operating system released on 2015-07-29. It was believed to be called Windows 9, but this was revealed to be mistaken eventually, on 2014-09-30. Rumours have spread that 'Windows 9' was skipped because the name triggered code for Windows 9x in some applications, most of the time leading to an error message on the application not supporting Windows 9x. Windows 10 intends to address some of the complaints that were made in response to the user interface in [[Windows 8]]. Screenshots of Windows 10 [[Windows 10 build 9834|build 9834]] were released on 2014-09-11 which show a revised Start menu interface and additional improvements to the Windows operating system. Windows 10 is a revolutionary release, being the first to fully use Windows Update to provide features and fixes to the masses much faster, while also providing a group that people who want to test its future releases can join (referred to as the 'Windows Insider Program'). Windows 10 gained largely positive reviews and has easily exceeded the market share that Windows 8 gained in the same period.
Due to the switch to a periodical release system, many builds after the RTM are still labeled 'Windows 10' but are listed on separate pages. Builds for the [[Windows 10 version 1511|November]], [[Windows 10 version 1607|Anniversary]], [[Windows 10 version 1703|Creators]], [[Windows 10 version 1709|Fall Creators]], [[Windows 10 version 1803|April 2018]], [[Windows 10 version 1809|October 2018]], and [[Windows 10 version 1903|April 2019]] , [[Windows 10 19H2|"19H2"]] and [[Windows 10 20H1|"20H1"]] updates can be seen on their respective pages.
== Builds ==
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