Windows 10 Mobile devices on the Release Preview and Slow Rings just received a new cumulative update which takes the build to version 14393.105. Windows 10 devices on the Production Ring have received the same build, so there are similarities between them when it comes to changes and improvements.
Done Sarkar, the leader of the Windows Insider Program at Microsoft, said this week that users won’t receive a new build, but two hours later Build 14393.105 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Mobile devices was released on the Release Preview and Slow Rings. Release Preview builds are pushed to devices not included in the Insider program and users can manually check for updates by going to Settings > Checking for Updates.
And here’s the full list of fixes and improvements that were added to Build 14393.105:
– Windows Ink Workspace, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows kernel, File Server, Microsoft Component Object Model (COM), Hyper-V, NTFS file system, Cluster Health Service, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), PowerShell, facial recognition, graphics, Microsoft Store and Windows Shell are now more reliable
– The performance for the speed of purchasing Store applications has been improved
– Battery life of wearable devices (Microsoft Band) is longer, even if Bluetooth is connected and idle
– There will no longer be compatibility issues when using Xbox One controllers with various games
– There was an issue with incorrect character mapping between Japanese and Unicode for the question mark (?) symbol, which has been fixed
– There was an issue that prevented the download and initialization of .NET objects in Internet Explorer, which was also fixed
– There’s a better support for new near-field communication chips
– Many compatibility issues with BitLocker, Connected Standby, Cortana, Direct3D, Dynamic Access Control (DAC) rules, Fingerprint log on, Microsoft Edge, mobile device management (MDM), networking policies, printing, PowerShell and Remote Desktop have been fixed
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