On the 8th of June Microsoft had finally released a new build for Windows Insiders. Build 14361 is available to download if you are a Windows Insider and you are subscribed to the Fast Ring with one of your devices. It has been a while since Microsoft has released a new fast build for PC’s and that’s why the company made yesterdays build available for both, PC’s / Tablets as well as phones.
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14361 doesn’t really bring a lot of new features. There are some new and improved things like the new Network icon, Blu-ray Icon and improved settings UI, but nothing big. These changes are also only for PC’s / Tablets, on phones there have been implemented a few but most of them are not visible or hardly visible. For a detailed list of all new changes, fixes and known issues head over to the official Windows Blog where Dona has summarized everything.
So, there are not a lot of new features in this build to talk about, and yet there is a video tag in the heading. Well, since the release date for the Windows Anniversary update is ahead, we thought it would be good to get a look on the setup guide of Windows 10 Mobile. The setup I s the first impression a new Windows Mobile customer is getting and therefore it might be a very important for Microsoft to have a good one.
The set up guide is still mentioning licenses from Windows Phone 8.1 which you have to accept, strange, but on the other hand the design is very consistent and looks good. Microsoft has got a nice set up guide in Windows 10 Mobile, which allows you to connect a School or Work Account, customized settings, enable OneDrive and Cortana and a few other things. Unfortunately the page when Microsoft is say thank you for buying a Lumia has still got the old-fashioned Windows Phone design. You can have a look at that by yourself in the video embed below.
Windows 10 Mobile Build 14361: Set Up Walkthrough Video
Feel free to drop me a comment below with your thoughts on the latest build of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Are there still any feature you are desperately waiting for? Stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.