Thanks to a leaker we now have screenshots and a bit of info on an unreleased version of Windows 10 Mobile: build 10158. This latest leak points to a faster and smoother OS, with some UI polish.
If you are trying out Windows 10, you might be one of the unlucky ones for which updated builds newer than 10130 fail to show up. If so, here are several more fixes to try.
While we have not seen an official release for build 10158 for mobile devices, we do get a glimpse of the new features via screenshots that have leaked onto the internet.
The latest builds of Windows 10, 10158 and 10158, are pretty great in terms of stability and improvements. But lots of people are having problems upgrading so we've put together some fixes for you.
Microsoft has released a new SDK build for developers, Windows 10 SDK build 10158. The new Windows build and SDK come a month before the release of the retail version.
The latest Windows 10 release to Windows Insiders has finally fixed the many performance and underlying issues with running the OS on the Surface 3; the build is nearly ready for prime time.
Microsoft certainly raised expectations with its latest build, claiming that it has no known issues worth noting, and is "full of improvements to stability and quality". But is it actually any good?
A 'new' app, called Microsoft Wi-Fi, is now shipping with Windows 10. The app is a premium service that makes it easy to connect to Wi-Fi locations around the world with only one point of payment.
A new build of Windows 10 has been released and we have a gallery of the updated OS that includes the Edge icon, a new dark theme for the browser, refinements to the UI and updates to Cortana as well.
The latest Windows 10 Insider Preview brings improvements to battery life on the Surface Pro 3, and a fix for the issues that previously prevented the Surface 3 from upgrading to newer preview builds.
Microsoft is now rolling out its latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, build 10158, which adds features like Cortana integration with Office 365, an updated Photos app, and other improvements.
One month after Microsoft rolled out its last Windows 10 Insider Preview, the company is now rolling out a new PC build - and it claims build 10158 'doesn't have any significant known issues'.