Microsoft acknowledges reports of Windows 10 Mobile performance slowing down over time

Yesterday, Microsoft rolled out its latest Windows 10 Insider Preview for PCs - but it's been almost one month exactly since the last Windows 10 Mobile preview, build 10536.1004, was released to Insiders on the Fast ring. Some users have been reporting performance degradation issues on their devices running that build - in some cases, bringing their handsets to a virtual crawl.

Microsoft has acknowledged these user reports - but while there's no immediate fix available for affected users, the good news is that the company is on the case. In a recent tweet, responding to a customer enquiry on Twitter about these performance problems, Microsoft's Gabe Aul said that the development team is looking into it:

Aul added that Microsoft is attempting to reproduce the problem on its own test devices - a critical step in better understanding the root cause, so that a fix can be integrated into future Windows 10 Mobile builds. For now, though, the wait for a new build continues.

Have you experienced reduced performance over time in the latest Windows 10 Mobile builds? Do apps end up taking ten seconds or more to load, or is performance being affected in some other way? If you've had these issues, be sure to let us know below!

Source: @GabeAul via WinBeta

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