Suppose you can’t, if you are happy with the direction Windows 10 Mobile is going these days. The platform has been moving along at a very leisurely pace for a while now.
In fact, ever since Microsoft moved away from their noble goal of feature parity in preview build releases for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Anyway, that’s old news now. The new, new thing is that Redmond just released a new Insider builds of its mobile OS.
One that goes by the build number 15237.
Available for Windows Insiders who are enrolled in the Fast ring of the program, this new version of the preview does not bring anything substantial in terms of features — nothing in particular for you to play with, if you’re wondering.
But Redmond has included a range of fixes and improvements for the mobile operating system, to go with a few general changes.
Details of which you can check here, before installing this version on your smartphone.
Overall, though, this build is nothing like the previous one, and does not follow the footsteps of its immediate predecessor, build 15235 that actually contained a new feature. Which was actually a really simple one, portrait mode orientation in Continuum.
This time around, Microsoft does not list any new feature in the release notes.
Which is not all that surprising, because the company is not shipping these builds for phones from the Redstone 3 Development Branch, as is the case of the PC builds. These are part of the feature2 branch, and it appears that this new direction will continue for a while now.
Nevertheless, a new build is a new build is a new build.
And even if it rounds up the bugs and issues, and optimizes performance for the owners of eligible Windows 10 Mobile handsets, they’ll take it.