Major Windows 10 update nears as Microsoft stops adding features

Major Windows 10 update nears as Microsoft stops adding features

Major Windows 10 update nears as Microsoft stops adding features

Windows 10 Mobile Windows 10 Anniversary Update is set to roll out this summer, which is the reason not a lot of major changes are visible in the latest build. All in all, wholesale changes are expected to be made to the platform very soon, once the Insider teams approve of the alterations and remove any bugs.

The new builds comprise Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14366 for PC and Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14364 for smartphones and are available now to testers on the Fast Ring of Microsoft's Windows Insider early access programme.

Similarly, PC users who are running Windows 10 Mobile preview builds, are recommended to get this new release too, because it comes with fixes for a significant number of bugs in order to spot the noticeable performance improvements after install.

To that end, Microsoft is gamifying the build with "multiple quests inside Feedback Hub that will highlight different areas of the product each day".

Microsoft has fixed the issue causing PC and Mobile devices trying to project to a PC (via the new PC Access feature) to fail.

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Major Windows 10 update nears as Microsoft stops adding features

Microsoft has been busy releasing updates for Windows 10 today.

Microsoft has fixed the issue where Start would not launch while an app is installing for certain languages, such as Chinese or Portuguese (Brazil). That's because there's a new Office Online Edge extension, which lets you view, edit, and create files inside the browser.

Microsoft has fixed an issue resulting in not being able to unsnap a full-screen Remote Desktop window if you had been prompted credentials while connecting. Visit our extensions page at the Microsoft Edge Dev website to learn more and try it out for yourself!

There are more refinements to Cortana, as Microsoft notes, "a fix for a problem that sometimes resulted in a crash when performing a search, and corrections to inaccurate times after Daylight Savings Time (DST) on meeting cards and reminders".

Windows 10 at six months: Ready for primetime? Several issues relating to cellular data with Dual-SIM devices have been reported by Insiders with the last two Mobile builds and we're investigating these reports. It also includes some Windows Store performance and navigation updates.

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