And Microsoft is again pushing this one as a critical update, for some reason. Those of you running Windows Phone Developer Preview via the company’s developer program now have access to a new release.

Build 14203 of the mobile operating system was first unearthed earlier today.

The last update to this version was made available on October 24, as build 14192, so it has been a while.

Once you install this build, you will be able to pin a new real time Live Tile to your Start Screen for the Battery Saver app. And the fun doesn’t stop there either. It is now possible to shortcut Battery Saver to the row of buttons in the Action Center.

Sounds like public demand!

Speaking of demands, the notification update states that this refresh should be installed at most by November 17, otherwise it will be deployed automatically.

Whether you like it or not. Seems rather serious.

If you’d like some more numbers to play with, then installing this update will up your handset to OS version 8.10.14203.306. Quiet a lengthy string this, but that’s how mobile operating systems roll these days, it seems.

Anyway, the update is now being pushed to devices, and all you need is to sign up for the Preview for Developers program for Windows Phone to get access to it.

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