Microsoft Continues its Efforts towards Windows 10 Mobile

By CIOReview | Friday, August 21, 2015

FREMONT, CA: Ending all speculations Microsoft has once again indicated their clear intention of not giving up on mobile version of Windows 10 just yet. Pursuing the project, they have already commenced the rolling out of build version 10512 of Windows 10 mobile for preview by members of its ‘Insider Program’.

The company has stated in their official blog that currently their primary focus is to improve the core quality of the OS.

Major fixes since the last build includes issues where apps installed on SD cards weren’t working after a reboot, improved Latvian and Chinese inputs and reliability of Data Sense notifications. Engineers have also resolved an issue where the camera would not launch when the phone was locked.

However, engineers at Microsoft are working on certain yet to be resolved existing issues as well which includes mobile hotspot which doesn’t function on the current build, long waiting time for post update migration.

The company has strongly encouraged its members under ‘Insider Program’ to share their valuable feedbacks based on which more fixes and performance enhancement will be made in the later builds.