While Microsoft has only brought its Windows 10 Build 10130 for the desktop platform, which was released a month ago, the latest leak revolves around the release notes of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10154, which brings about numerous changes and bug fixes to the mobile platform. Earlier, details of Windows 10 Mobile build 10149 and 10151 were detailed, with the primary change concerning Microsoft Edge’s browser address bar shifted to the bottom.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10154 brings several bug fixes, performance improvements and much more to the table
With Windows 10 guided for a July 29 release date, you can expect a myriad number of features from the unified interface operating system. However, there is much work to be done when the mobile version of the platform is concerned, which is why there have been more build versions of mobile as compared to the desktop version.
However, with the latest build, there have been significant improvements when bug fixes and performance enhancements are concerned. Furthermore, the release notes also state that these fixes resulted in a much responsive operating system, which is great news for future Windows 10 smartphone consumers. It is expected that Windows 10 for smartphones is going to be released during the month of September.
However, confirmation has not been received from Microsoft as of yet. With the number of build previews being leaked, we can expect that several more are going to be out in to the open before a stable version has been rolled out by the company. Let us hope that Microsoft does not disappoint us in this venture.
After, this is going to be last operating system to be released by the software giant.