Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build 14371 now available for Fast Ring Insiders

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Another week, another Windows 10 Mobile build: Microsoft just released the new build 14371 for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview to Insiders on the Fast ring. However, the new build is only available to Insiders on Windows 10 Mobile. But, as Microsoft promised, it should also arrive for PCs soon.

The new build didn’t bring many changes to the OS. It actually introduced just one new feature along with some system improvements, along with its share of known issues.

That new feature is Microsoft Wallet featuring tap-to-pay functionality, now available to all Windows 10 Mobile insiders running at least build 14360. Microsoft Wallet with tap-to-pay functionality is a cloud-based payment method that allows users pay for various goods with their Windows 10 Mobile devices.

Microsoft Wallet with tap-to-pay is currently only available in the US for those with Lumia 950, 950 XL and 650 devices. However, we expect this feature to become available in other countries soon.

As promised some time ago, build 14371 also removed the Kid’s Corner app from Windows 10 Mobile. Microsoft decided to do this because of poor usage, so a lot of Insiders who install the latest build probably won’t even notice.

As is the case with Windows 10 Preview on PCs, new Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview releases won’t be bringing many new features. This is perfectly reasonable as the Anniversary Update is drawing near and Microsoft is focusing on improving performance and fixing all possible issues and bugs in order to prevent another troublesome update.

In case you already installed the latest build for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview and have encountered some problems, feel free to let us know in the comments and we’ll write a report article about your problems.

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