Moreover, owners should note that if they hope to try out the new PC-centric Game mode, they have to be cautious. In addition to removing a bug that caused some devices to reboot frequently, the new build also gets rid of the Apps Corner in Windows 10 Mobile "due to decreased usage", Sarkar said.
The bugs could crash some popular games, but from Microsoft's perspective, it's all part of the beta-testing journey as it launches its Windows 10 Build 15019 packed with some apparently great new gaming features.
Numerous features being tested in the latest Windows 10 build are expected to appear in the next major consumer update, known as the Creators Update, due to arrive this spring.
According to reports, Build 15019 for the Insider Fast Ring includes a number of more general improvements as well, such as another Edge version that will be reading the owner's eBooks aloud. You can find detailed information about build 15019 here. They renamed the "Blue light" feature to "night light".
However, Microsoft is also warning to its users that there could be a few bugs.
Xbox program manager Kevin Gammill recently opened up to Ars Technica about the new Game Mode feature that will help optimized Windows 10 PCs for gaming.
Besides, build 15019 also brings Store app and game downloads progress within the "Action Center", along with a new "Troubleshoot" section within the Settings panel. As per the change-log they improved Windows Firewall, Downloading experience in Microsoft Edge and more. Basically Game Mode will prioritize games and allocate your PC's resources to the games so that you get a slightly better experience while playing games on your Windows 10 PC.
This Game Mode shall be ideal for the ones having a secondary gaming system. In fact, the company deliberated on whether or not to actually release the build, but decided it was important to get testing done on features other than Game Mode.