06 February, 2014

Windows 8.1 Update 1 might be released in April instead of March, according to a report published on Tuesday, a couple of days after the leak of a beta build showing changes in the update that would benefit users accustomed to the traditional, non-”Modern” PC environment. Meanwhile, it’s also conceivable that the performance of Microsoft’s built-in Defender anti-malware software will improve by then.

While we have published screenshots of Build 2030 6.3.9600.16608.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140130- WZor got more important information. It turns out that Bill Gates maybe gave MSU files , perhaps the first Escrow RTM Build 6.3.9600.16610.WINBLUE_S14.140201- 1007.


We're hearing that a leak of Windows 8.1 Update 1 build 9600.16610 is set to leak within the next day. This build is RTM escrow, and will be leaked in MSU form meaning it can only be applied to a system which has Windows 8.1 RTM installed. We recommend not installing the leak as RTM escrow is 'NOT FINAL'.

• Rollup A (KB2883200)
• Rollup B (KB2884846)
• November Rollup (KB2887595)
• December Rollup (KB2903939)
• January Rollup (KB2911106)

The source states that the build should leak in the near future but don’t hold your breath as these leaks can take some time to develop.

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