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Soon Windows 10 Mobile Storage will let you check “Pending updates” & more UI changes

To be honest we didn’t check it before and so we are not clear which Windows 10 Mobile Redstone brought these changes, but if you go to Storage settings from App List or by going to Settings–>System–>Storage, you will notice few changes from last Threshold release Build 10586.218.

  • If you go to This Device–>Temporary Files, there is a new option that should allow you to check pending updates and preview builds status, though it crashes now on tapping
  • The UI change can be seen in case of Remove files option for Temporary files, Downloads Folder and Telemetry. In Threshold these were handled by three separate delete options but now you can check boxes and remove files in one go.
  • You can now go to Offline Maps settings from Storage as there is a shortcut provided now.

Check the screenshots above that show the changes.

Thanks Leni for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • Come on September so I can update my phone contract… I really want to try these new features with a phone that runs Windows 10 Mobile.
    BTW I’m looking at getting a 640XL, however I might be able to get my mum’s 930 as she is looking at moving to an Android device (MSFT dropping One Drive storage has pissed her off no end!).
    I’m not sure which way to go. I want the bigger screen and like being able to add an SD card, however, I prefer the better specs and camera on the 930 (And it won’t cost me anything)
    Thoughts on which way other people would go???

    • Get the 930 ? 26GB~ would be more than enough even if you carry your songs library, a couple of movies and other social apps.

      • That’s what I’m leaning towards. There is always One Drive to get to files if I need them. Mind you if MSFT in Australia are having a spectacular deal on the 950 or 950XL come September then that will be hard to pass on as well 🙂