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I have build 2072... is this the latest build?

If not, should I be worried about using this 2072 build day-to-day?
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Lee W, MVP earned 25 total points
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The last build was 2195.  2072 was RC1, if I'm not mistaken.  You should be able to use what you have for 444 days from the date of installation.  Of course, you're better off with a final release, but it should work - problem is any strange issues you (may) have (develop) may be resolved in the final release.
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Superb! Thanks...
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