A couple of weeks ago Windows 10 released their newest beta program. The program will let business users sign up for beta updates with their Azure Active Directory credentials. This new feature aims to provide IT professionals a way to give Microsoft business specific feedback on Windows 10 features, allowing users to shape feature development. This program isn’t separate from the main Insider Program, but instead a way for businesses to be able to better engage with the platform and internally test Windows updates.
As these updates start laying the groundwork for Microsoft’s next major Windows 10 updates, which is expected to arrive later this year. There are still many issues in build 16170 and users can expect to see more issues that prevent bugs. Users who want to avoid bugs can move over to the Windows Insider Program which will give users the increased reliability they desire.