We reported after exploring Build 14327 a bit that the Insider Preview Ring selector is now available on the Update & Security settings page similar to what we have seen in case of Windows 10 on PC. The Ring selector has a slider to let you choose Rings based on
Microsoft has recently pushed Windows 10 Mobile Redstone Build 14327 as the latest Redstone build to Windows Insiders in Fast Ring and rocking any Redstone Preview supported Device as per the official list. Time for our Installation experience, Hands-on and first Impressions of the Build 14327 now!! You can read the
More Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 unreported changes here!! We already reported some Build 14327 unreported changes in our earlier articles which you can read by clicking here. With Build 14327 it seems we can again see app update notifications in the action center. Microsoft Ede has also got two
Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 brings with itself a cool feature that gives a Windows 10 Mobile users extra comfort of being able to send text messages from a Windows 10 PC. The feature has arrived as Messaging Everywhere Beta and if you have a PC running latest Windows 10
Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 is here for Insiders in Fast Ring and it brings cool features like "Messaging Everywhere" and now one can delete messages by swiping to left in text messaging inbox too. Now on exploring we came to notice few more important features that have been part
Microsoft just released Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 to the Insiders in Fast Ring and you can read the full detailed changelog by clicking here. But the build brings its own set of known issues which you may like to read before upgrading.
Build 14327 Known Issues:
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Microsoft has now released Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 to Insiders in Fast ring and it brings features like "Messaging Everywhere" and also brings Cortana to new markets like Spanish (Mexico), Portuguese (Brazil) and French (Canada).
Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 Changelog:
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You can now try out
Microsoft's Gabe Aul revealed while replying to a question on Twitter that Microsoft is planning to release a new Mobile build and not hotfix the Build 14322. Now it seems Build 14327 is under testing and is the release candidate this week. This is as per a tip received by