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Microsoft yesterday released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20150 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel (previously knowns as Fast ring). Microsoft has now released ISO for this build. You can download the Windows 10 Build 20150 ISO here from Microsoft. This Windows 10 Build 20150 is part of the RS_PRERELEASE branch and it comes with three new features for Windows Subsystem for Linux and several bug fixes. Find the full change log below.
What’s new in Windows 10 Build 20150:
Three new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) features: GPU compute, WSL install, and WSL update
This build contains three new exciting WSL features. The first is GPU compute: a feature that allows your Linux binaries to leverage your GPU, which makes it possible to do more machine learning development and data science workflows directly in WSL. Secondly, we’ve added a new command: `wsl –install` which allows you to install WSL with just one command. Lastly, we’ve added `wsl –update` which gives you the ability to easily manage the Linux kernel version used by WSL 2 distros. To view a summary of these announcements please read this post on the Windows Command line blog, and for in-depth details on GPU compute in WSL please read this post on the Windows Developer blog. Other updates for Insiders: Updating the map data in the Maps app Earlier this month, the Bing Maps Team announced they’ve started gradually rolling out the new TomTom base map data to Bing Maps and Microsoft first party products. As part of this process, we’re slowly updating the Maps app for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel (Fast ring) to use the new map data from TomTom. We’re asking Insiders to submit feedback on any issues they see as a result of this change directly from the Maps app by selecting Suggest a change at the lower right corner of the app. General changes & improvements.. read more here