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Microsoft seeds out build 15207 for Windows 10 Mobile Insiders with privacy improvements

24 April 2017 0

Windows 10 Mobile devices received their Insider update with build number 15204 at the start of this month which was followed by build 15205 that brought in fixes for issues regarding Microsoft Edge and Continuum. A day earlier, Microsoft had rolled out the next build which changed the interface for the games section inside the app store.

The company has started seeding another one of its Insider previews to the users in the Fast Ring which shifts the build number to 15207 on the Windows 10 Mobile platform. But there’s not much to expect in this update if you’re already on the 15205 build, as this one only fixes a single thing that was brought up in the last version.

The single most improvement in this version would be the changes in the privacy settings. A new page has been added that allows users to create newer privacy settings when a device is being set up. In all fairness, the Insider program hasn’t actually lived up to its name lately with even the Redstone 2 project being noted for bringing anything new.

The changelog for the build 15207 of the Windows 10 Mobile:

  • We have added a privacy page to the Windows 10 Mobile OOBE and upgrade experiences that allow you to quickly and effectively make common privacy changes while setting up the device. However, Insiders have reported that their device would crash or reboot shortly after unlocking their device for the first time after the upgrade if their device did not have a password configured to unlock the device. After updating to Build 15207, you will see this privacy page one more time – but should no longer experience a crash or reboot.



Microsoft seeds out build 15207 for Windows 10 Mobile Insiders with privacy improvements
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