Being able to have our equipment updated is something fundamental, for good performance and for the safety of it and the operating system. In the case of Microsoft, the Insider Program also allows you to obtain the different released Builds and test the news that will be public before anyone else .
It depends on the level of risk we want to assume that we opt for one of the rings available with developments that will be more or less purified and therefore have a greater risk of software errors . The Builds are launched periodically and the truth is that sometimes diving among the available according to our profile is not something that is precisely easy.
It is a fact that they have evidence in Microsoft and that may be the reason why they have opted to launch a website that, in beta at this time, allows to have controlled the different builds that have been released.
The name of the web in question responds to Flight Hub (very similar to the iOS Test Flight app) and through it the users can access the different Builds that have been published . For this the builds are classified in chronological order in different tables.
If we access the Flight Hub web, we will see three tables, each corresponding to one of the different branches of development that we can find in Windows. So we will see Next Feature Update for Windows 10 (RS4), Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (RS3) and Windows 10 Creators Update (RS2).
A website that seeks above all to help the users targeted to the Insider Program and that uses a table that shows the corresponding links to the ISO and SDK as well as to the different official announcements that communicate the availability of said build.