Ahead of a new Windows 10 mobile release, Microsoft updates help documentation

Microsoft is gearing up to push out a new build of Windows 10 for phones and ahead of the release, the company has updated its help documentation for when that build arrives.

We can tell that the page has been updated by the fact that the 'Personalization' screen now features the transparency slider that is not available in the current build. While the page does not mention when the build will go live and what else it will include, you can explore it here to get a better understanding of the features.

Microsoft is expected to release new universal Office apps this week for the phone and they may arrive with a new build too. If this is true, it makes sense that the help documentation would be updated this week with unreleased features.

Until Microsoft officially announces the new build, this is the only sign that a new release is coming soon and when the company does push out the build, we will let you know.

Thanks for the tip Christophe!

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