Windows 10 Insider build 14294 being tested, could be the next in line

by Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
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Last Friday, Microsoft released build 14291 directly to Windows Insiders. The new build brought a lot of new features like major improvements to Microsoft Edge and the Maps app — but it did contain its fair share of issues, as well.

Despite the number of reported issues, many Windows 10 users have actually said build 14291 is better than the previous 14279 build. From this, we can say that if you’re a Windows Insider, the experience with a given build varies from device to device. What everybody in this position always hopes for, though, is that the next build will be much more stable than all previous ones.

Now, we have another reason to hope major changes are coming to Windows 10 in the for of build 14294, currently being tested by Microsoft. Gabriel Aul, the head of the Insider program, replied to a user on Twitter and said the following:

Considering that the previous build was released at the same time for both Mobile and PC, we have all the reason to believe this is going to be the case with build 14294, as well. As of now, one of the most requested features would be a second wave of Windows 10 Mobile upgrades for older devices but Microsoft has already stated that it isn’t possible — even if previous hearsay pointed at the Spring of 2017 release date.

Build 14294 has a quite a few things to fix as 14291 brought quite a lot of glitches. Rumor has it that the annoying Microsoft Edge search bug will be squashed, among others. We’ll be following this closely and will be sure to update you on the newest build’s progress!

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