Recent Windows 10 Mobile Builds Brings More Reliability and a Full Version of the Windows Store
Windows 10 is getting the most attention these days, because of its soon release. But that doesn’t mean that Microsoft doesn’t think about Windows 10 Mobile, as it released a new build 10149 for the mobile operating system recently.
Build 10149 brought a lot of improvements to Windows 10 Mobile, but it looks like Microsoft developed another, more optimized, but unreleased build, 10158. We found information about this unreleased build on XDA forums, where member T4ufik_Hidayat posted details and screenshots of build 10158.
Here’s the list of all important improvements in build 10158:
- Smoother and more responsive than build 10149
- ‘BETA’ was removed from the name of Windows Store, so it’s now just Windows Store
- Live tile for Windows Store is now transparent
- Live tile for Microsoft Edge is now transparent
- New animation for People live tile
- Updated Wallet app
You can also check out screenshots of build 10158 provided by T4ufik_Hidayat of XDA forum below:
Unfortunately, build 10158 is not expected to be available to regular Windows Insiders. T4ufik_Hidayat had a chance test this build because he/she had a developer license. Instead, we should expect build with the number of 1016x, once Microsoft developers finish with polishing, improvements and bug fixes.
As we already said, Microsoft is all about Windows 10 for PCs these days, because its final release is approaching fast. But once the system gets released for PCs, a lot of Windows developers will probably re-organize their work to Windows 10 Mobile. So Microsoft will probably release even more builds in the future, and they’ll be more and more stable and reliable.
What do you think about Windows 10 Mobile so far? Have you already tried it? Are you exited about its release this fall? Tell us all that in the comments, we would love to hear your thoughts about the upcoming OS.
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