Windows 10 Mobile build 10536: First look at new features and changes (video)

A few Insiders managed to download Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 even though Microsoft is delaying roll out until minor bug is fixed.

While due to a bug Microsoft has delayed the roll out of its mobile operating system until next week, some Insider members were able to download and install Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 in their handsets. Today a new video published on YouTube highlights several of the new features and performance in the new build.

The good news with Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 is that Microsoft has finally fixed mobile hotspot and the quiet hours feature. In addition, the new build includes a number of new tweaks and performance enhancements, and there is also a USB EEM option in the developer options area.

Microsoft was planning to roll out build 10536 to Insiders on Friday, September 11, 2015, but according to the company there is a bug that will prevent users from upgrading on later build releases, as such the company decided that it would be best to wait until the issue is resolved before pushing the operating system to Insiders.

However, as we can see from the video, a few lucky Insiders received the build anyway.

Source YouTube (WinBeta)

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