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Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.168 may arrive before Build 10586.200

Last we reported about spotting of a new Windows 10 Mobile build for Threshold, Build 10586.200 via BuildFeed. Build 10586.200 had been compiled on March 10 and Microsoft has not pushed it yet to Insiders. Now a new TH2 Build has been seen on BuildFeed. The new build 10586.168 should be quite a minor update to Build 10586.164, the currently available build for both Insiders and to non-insiders.

As per the BuildFeed , TH2 build 10586.168 was compiled on March 14 and may already be under testing for last 9-10 days.

If the build gets released, it will surely bring fixes to many of the issues and bugs but there are no chances to bring any new changes. Though Build 10586.200 still remains one of the candidates, but it may seem that Microsoft may first push Build 10586.168 followed by 10586.200.

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  • Giorgos Papaspyros

    Does really Microsoft bother with the Windows mobile OS?
    Judging on their recent moves during the past 6 months at least,
    I would expect they are shutting down the business.

    • pedro weekes

      Judging by your obvious lack of understanding, it’s quite clear that those who choose to ignore updates to the now released mobile OS from 10586.29 -> 10586.168/200 as this articles states. Yet MS released 10586.164 to the public with .168/200 to add to that BEFORE REDSTONE 14291 will be released as the update to the early TH releases. Which btw are stability and bug fix releases compared to REDSTONE which looks to add features. Help me understand what you’re saying as MS so far is looking to shut down the mobile market by creating a new OS that adds so much more than what WP8/8.1 had and from reports about RedStone will add even more going forward that WILL rival IOS and Android. I did read a post that said the new gestures in a redstone build is unique to the WP OS in what it will do and yet MS is looking to shut down the OS.
      WP10M will soon rule!!!

      • Giorgos Papaspyros

        You ‘d better chill down bro.
        You obviously mistook my sarcasm for what you described as an ‘obvious lack of understanding’.

        PS: You ‘d better ask Microsoft where they are heading to with their mobile business.
        For sure their recent strategy is inconsistent.

        • Demitrius Harris

          He didn’t mistake your sarcasm, you didn’t put a sarcasm tag and your comment looked ignorant of the truth.