Published: Tue, May 31, 2016
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Windows 10 Mobile build 14352 may be coming tomorrow

Windows 10 Mobile build 14352 may be coming tomorrow

Recently, Microsoft announced the "Anniversary Update" (codenamed Redstone ) for all devices now running Windows 10.

Surface Books turning blue screen when using Windows Hello has been fixed.

Peter Skillman, GM of Core US for Windows desktop, tablet, and phone at the Microsoft said in a short tweet that Windows 10 Mobile build 14352 has been "postponed until Tuesday", adding that these releases are "mostly bug fixes and polishing things from us". They were promised that the Windows 10 Mobile OS update will be coming to them by the December of 2015, but after a series of delays, the update finally came out in the march of 2016. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update has now entered the finalizing stage and Microsoft is more focused on fixing bugs and improving performance rather than on adding new features, as the release of the update is planned for July. Game Bar can be activated in these full-screen games by hitting the Windows key and "G" simultaneously. You can get Cortana to set countdown timers now, and even ask how much time there is to go if you're getting impatient.

To know more in detail of the other fixes and new features visit the Official Microsoft Blog. They include League of Legends, Worlds of Warcraft, DOTA 2, Battlefield 4, Counterstrike: Global Offensive, and Diablo III. So, customers can now opt to choose a 3 party security solution, but also feel comfortable that if their choice fails, Microsoft is there to ensure they are safe anyway. "Limited Periodic Scanning is meant to offer an additional line of defense to your existing antivirus program's real-time protection", Microsoft explains.

Windows 10 Mobile build 14352 may be coming tomorrow
Windows 10 Mobile build 14352 may be coming tomorrow

The company is expected to use Windows 10 as a platform for app development.

As with all Insider builds, this one will take a while as it's an in-place upgrade.

Around 300 million devices have been updated to run the new system, according to figures from Microsoft. That will display the latest build number. In this talk, we'll walk through how we're working to build a trustworthy extensions ecosystem, while making it easy for developers to easily write interoperable extensions that enhance the browsing experience. The update has been forced on users right from the start, while disabling the upgrade notification is an arduous task since Microsoft hasn't made the option available on the main interface and you have to employ methods to work around this.

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