Microsoft's new Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar has revealed on Twitter that there would be no new Windows 10 / Windows 10 Mobile Builds going out to Insiders today. But it seems Microsoft is planning to release builds with some "really" interesting features / changes late this week and next
More changes are coming our way with future Windows 10 Mobile Redstone builds though these are mostly cosmetic changes. Seems there will be a new "Loading circle" that can be seen in the GIF embedded in the tweet.
There are more changes coming to the Windows 10 universal Store app too.
Microsoft has now clarified about what happens when the Windows 10 builds reach to RTM stage. It seems the Windows Insiders will have option to stay with RTM build, if they wish to choose it or will keep getting newer builds, if they want to continue with their participation in
In a mail sent to Insiders, Microsoft has reiterated its promise of more frequent builds for Insider Fast on Windows 10 for Phones and Fast Ring on Windows 10 Desktop. Though this promise has not materialized in the way insiders expected but hope it really gets faster from now onwards.
Microsoft has pushed a new Build for Windows 10 Desktop but has asked for more time to deliver a new Windows 10 for Phones Build. Though he has reconfirmed support for more phones arriving with the new build.
We’re working hard to bring you a new build of Windows 10 for
So, after lots of Insiders' feedback supporting the idea of "Ludicrous Speed Rings", Microsoft seems to have made up its mind to deliver faster Windows 10 for Phones builds to Windows Insiders.
Gabriel Aul has dropped big and clear hints saying that they have heard feedback loud and clear and
While we saw screenshots of a Windows Phone 8.1 GDR2 Build 8.10.15116 leaking in China yesterday, now a build has been caught at WPBench. The build 8.10.15113 at WPBench is bit older and the leaked build yesterday seems newer.
Apart from the GDR2 Build, we can see two Window 10 for
We have just seen a new Windows Phone 8.1 version popping up at WP Bench and with a big jump in version we can safely assume it to be Window Phone 8.1 GDR2. Now, one of our sources has to share something about upcoming features in future Windows Phone Builds.