Windows 10 Build 10154 Release Notes Have Been Leaked
Only yesterday, details of Windows 10 Mobile build 10149 and 10151 were showcased, with the core change being that the company’s Edge browser address bar had been moved to the bottom. Now thanks to the efforts of Wzor, Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10154 has had its release notes leaked. Let us see what changes have been added to this latest build.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10154 Includes Much Needed Bug Fixes And Makes Navigation Much More Responsive
According to the source, the last official build for the PC version remains at build 10130, which to jog your memory, was release over a month ago. With build 10154, the release notes state the following:
“No software updates are in this release”
However, when you view the number of changes and bug fixes that have been introduced in the latest build, you will notice that these changes are far more than what the previous build brought with it. With these bug fixes, users can expect a more responsive Windows 10 Mobile platform. The operating system is slated for a July 29 release date for PCs and tablets, and is only weeks away from being officially announced.
The release notes of build 10154 have addressed additional issues, which are as follows:
- After a device upgrade, synchronization with many files and folders may cause problems with OneDrive
- If you fail to connect to a wireless network, you cannot navigate using the keyboard
- A crash occurs if you create a new Outlook message while JAWS is running
While the following is yet to be confirmed, it is possible that Windows 10 for smartphones will be officially announced during the month of September, since that is the month when the supposed showcasing of Microsoft’s Lumia handsets are going to take place. The handsets have been codenamed Lumia Cityman and Lumia Talkman. Looks like we will get to know more information in the coming months.
For now, go through these leaked release notes in order to see what changes have been brought in the latest Windows 10 build.
Image source: Wzor
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