Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14372 for PC and Mobile arrives on the Fast ring

In preparation for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on 29th July, Windows 10 Insider Preview builds are now coming thick and fast. On Tuesday, there was a new build (Build 14371) and Dona Sarkar, the chief of Windows Insider has pushed the button on another new release (Build 14372). This build will serve both PC and Mobile. It is not only a new one but also includes fixes designed to improve the overall performance and reliability of PC and Mobile.

The build comes with several new features such as; a new Evernote web clipper extension for Microsoft Edges. This web clipper extension enables one to clip the web pages you want and save them in Evernote. From there they can be easily accessed using any device.

Microsoft has also gone further to highlight the bugs for both Pc and Mobile in this new build. Pc are faced with the following defects; Network flyout on the taskbar does not launch the network settings page as it should when you click on networks or VPN connections. The Evernote web clipper extension for Microsoft Edge might not load on certain websites and when clipping bookmarks, there are no thumbnail images.

The build has various visual issues on the PC. On the brighter side is that one can still F5 deploy applications from visual studio to your PC. When a person enables Developer mode in this new build, an error message is received. This is because the necessary package needs from Windows Update has not been appropriately published. Therefore, it prevents you from using Device portal. However, Microsoft is working to get this fixed as soon as possible.

Microsoft is looking into the issue of decreases in battery life on older devices, which is devices with the SoC 8974 chipsets, such as Lumia 830, 930 and 1520. It is also investigating issues of Wi-Fi disconnections. The challenges of defects for mobile on this new release are that Microsoft has change the backup format for Windows 10 Mobile devices to reduce the size of the backup stored in OneDrive. As a result, once a person does a backup on a device with the latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview builds and later move back to the released version of Window 10 Mobile (Build 10586), the start screen layout will not restore but remain the default start layout and your previous backup gets overwritten. The solution to this is that if you want to go back to Build 10586 temporarily, disable backup once on build 10586 so that it does not overwrite the good backup from Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview builds.

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