Last we reported via a leak that Upcoming Windows 10 Mobile Redstone Builds will bring some new features that will make system-controlled restarts post OS updates more user-friendly. Now, it seems some devices were caught running Windows 10 Mobile Build 14310 at Build 2016 and the build 14310 does have has this feature of Active Hours and controlled restarts. Check the images posted by WinFuture above and below.
The new feature will make system not to reboot the phone during the hours you actually use your device, recognized as “Active Hours” by the Phone system. There are more changes,
- One can specify the start and end time for Active Hours.
- One can set a restart time
- Defer upgrades settings will also be available on Mobile
It is not sure whether Build 14310 will be the next preview build but seems future builds may pack many new features.