A month ago I talked about how I thought that Windows 10 wasn’t going to be ready by July 29th because of how many bugs still existed in the older Build 10130. I also said that Microsoft would have to pull off a Hail Mary of a miracle to get this thing together for the July 29th release.
Well, with Build 10166 it appears that Microsoft managed to do just that, pull off a Hail Mary of a miracle because Build 10166 is stable, rock-solid stable. I didn’t at all think it was possible but they did it, they actually did it! I even ran 10166 as an every-day use OS for some time before I went back to Windows 8.1 to reserve my free Genuine copy of Windows 10. (To see why I did this, read this post)