So sitting in a meeting today, and while discussing Windows as a Service the explanation of Windows Build numbers was explained. Have a look at the picture above, can you see something you may have not noticed before? Look at the Build numbers..

So Microsoft organise their Build numbers by setting the first two numbers as the year and the last two numbers as the month. Each Build number represents the expected time of launch for that build as well as the version of Windows 10. Neat hey!

I know for some this could be already known info, but I thought it was pretty cool to know that that’s how MS do it.