At the Build Conference which Microsoft has held in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, the company announced an upcoming update for Windows. Known before as Windows Redstone, the company called it the Anniversary update, since it will be released this summer when Windows 10 celebrates its first birthday.
The Anniversary Update will be a huge update provided for all versions of Windows and apart from usual bug fixes and performance improvements there will be introduced new features as well as extended ‘team work’ between mobile and desktop.
The latest build officially released by Microsoft was build 10586.240 for Insiders on the Fast Ring. The build brought a couple of new features like for example the way notifications are displayed in the Action Center and how you can interact with them. With a build before there have been brought new icons to the sub menu of the settings app an a few other things. So what I am trying to tell you, Microsoft is preparing the Anniversary Update and while earlier builds have mainly brought bug fixes and performance improvements the company has now started again to implement new features.
While you are reading this, Microsoft is internally testing build 10586.312 of Windows 10 Mobile. The build is said to bring performance improvements. However, it is expected to not bring any mature new features to the operating system.
It is not clear yet, whether Microsoft is going to release this build or a later build. Though the company is probably going to release a new build in the next few day. It will then be available through the Fast Ring of the Windows Insider Program as usual. Feel free to drop me a comment below with your opinion on current builds of Windows 10 Mobile and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.