Weekend Reading: Microsoft Weekly 43 (Jan 2 – Jan 8)
Welcome to another Microsoft Weekly, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft and its product. In this Microsoft weekly we have news about leaked build 15002, Windows 10, Windows 10 Creators Update, build 14393.594 and more.
No new Build this week
Earlier this week Dona Sarkar reveal that the they there wouldn’t be new builds on Tuesday or Wednesday. So we are hoping for Thursday. But on Thursday a news pop up in Feedback Hub app which reveal that they are not releasing any build this week. Of course Microsoft was planned to release a build this week but due to upgrade issues so they schedule it till following week.
Build 15002 leaked
Microsoft is yet to release new build meanwhile a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 leaked. Build 15002 includes a couple of new features over the last leaked preview build which was 14997. Build 15002 has a new toggle in Windows Update which lets users exclude driver updates from Windows Update. The “Continue App Experiences” feature renamed and it become “Cross-Device Experiences”. Since its a leaked build so we are not recommending our reader to install this update on your primary or secondary machine.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 preview build for PC users on the Release Preview Ring. The update arrive as a Cumulative Update KB3209385 will bump the OS to version 14393.594 and require you to restart your PC to complete the installation process. Well there is no changelog provided yet, though we expect this new cumulative update to bring the usual bug fixes and improvements rather than any new features. And later on the build is also available for the Mobile devices on Release Preview Ring.
Lumia back in Stock
You might be aware that the last week all the Lumia went out of the stock. But all of sudden in this week many Lumia are back in the Microsoft Stock, including the Lumia 950, 950XL and 640 XL. Here it’s worth to mention that the Microsoft already shut down the production of Lumia and continue to develop the Windows 10 Mobile OS for company’s the ‘ultimate mobile device‘ vision or so called ‘Surface Phone’.
Windows 10 Creators Update to add WiFi 802.11ad WiGig support.
Here’s the specification of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 first ARM processor running Windows 10.
Windows 10 Creators Update will arrive in April 2017 and it will put devices on version 1704.
So, there you go! That’s all for this Microsoft Weekly. Stay tune to Amaziness for more updates and I will see in the next one.