Windows 10 Build 14327 For Insiders Held Back At The Last Minute

Windows 10 Build 14327 For Insiders Held Back At The Last Minute

Windows 10 Build 14327 For Insiders Held Back At The Last Minute

Devices running Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 or Windows RT will receive one last update in May, and then VideoLAN will end support for the application. We've seen the company try quite hard in the mobile sector, with its various launches of Windows Mobile and the Lumia Series, but the fact still remains that Microsoft's competitive advantage still remains to be software; where the company has been dominating for quite a while. At the time, some questioned why Microsoft developed a 64-bit system; today most computers are 64-bit systems and even our phones will soon have a 64-bit operating system. The upcoming Surface phone is said to run the Windows 10 Mobile OS just like the high-end Lumia devices.

However, for those of you losing faith in Sonos there is an alternative, as Phonos is a Universal third-party Sonos controller app for Windows Phones and Windows Mobile 10. While not much has been revealed on what is going to be added, there are going to be brand new Start menu changes that users can expect with the new update. Microsoft has not confirmed the exact name, however, only referring to it as MSM8998 on the hardware requirements page for Windows 10 Mobile, under Section 2.1, Table 4.

According to a recent tweet by Microsoft's Gabriel Aul, the Windows 10 insider build 14327 was held back by a major bug in PCI Express emulation. Realms worlds are always online and can only be accessed by an approved group of people. "It has got to be a phone that's sort of like 'wow, that's a real shocker', or 'that's a real breakthrough', and has got to make me pause before I buy my 17th iPhone, and we need time to actually go build that", Caposella thoroughly explained.

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