Just under two weeks after rolling it out to the Fast ring, Microsoft has now released Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build 10166 to those testing the new OS on the Slow ring.
We are only two weeks away from the launch of Windows 10, but the Edge team is still squeezing performance out of the new browser, with the latest SunSpider scores putting Edge squarely ahead.
Microsoft is taking down ISOs and encouraging Insiders to use Windows Update as they prepare to begin testing the official production channels by which consumers will download Windows 10 at launch.
Last week, Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 10166 for both PCs and phones. One version of the OS will soon hit RTM; the other is months away from completion - what do you think of them so far?
Windows 10 Mobile is doing away with the traditional timed lockout that users get when they enter their PIN wrong too many times, adding a challenge phrase to discourage thieves and devious friends.
A day after launching build 10166 for PCs, Microsoft has now rolled out a new Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview with the same build number, promising significant "improvements to core quality".
A new build of the Windows 10 SDK Preview is now available for developers that includes bug fixes, API surface level changes and the latest Windows 10 Mobile emulator.
Microsoft has released a new build to Insiders, version 10166 and you can download it now if you are in the Fast ring; with RTM right around the corner, this build is nearly identical to the last one.
With the new build of Windows 10 rolling out to Insiders in the Fast Ring, Microsoft has also pushed the trigger on another service: Microsoft Wi-Fi. The new pay-for-internet system is now live.
Microsoft has announced the rollout of its latest Windows 10 preview, build 10166, which bring more improvements to the user experience, along with various bug fixes and tweaks.