Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.104 is in the Works

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Microsoft released Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.71 as a cumulative update a couple of days ago, but it looks like the company already works on the new build for Windows 10 Mobile Preview. Reportedly, the new build will be labelled as 10586.104, and it should arrive to users on the Fast Ring next week.

The company already tests the new Windows 10 Mobile build internally, and once testing is done, build 10586.104 will be released to Insiders through Windows Update. Rumors have it that Microsoft plans to deliver new builds every week, for both PC and Mobile devices, just like it promised some time ago.

New Windows 10 Builds Every Week

We remind you that Microsoft released the new 14257 build for Windows 10 PCs today, only six days after the release of the previous one, and if rumors are true, the new Windows 10 Mobile Preview build will also arrive shortly after the previous build was released.

If Microsoft indeed starts to release new builds for both Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 Mobile devices, Insiders will get busier than usual, which means they’ll provide more feedback to the company. But this also means that Microsoft will have less time to test new builds internally, before it releases them to Insiders, so there will be more errors and bugs.

Users are having a lot of problems with the current Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.71 (read more about that in our reporting article), but if future builds will arrive faster, we should expect even more issues. More frequent release of the new builds is also unlikely to bring some notable new features, as it will probably focus on bug fixes and enhancements.

What do you think about Microsoft’s new approach? Is it better for the company to release buggier builds more often, or more stable builds, but less frequently? Tell us in the comments.

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