Microsoft releases Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview 14327 for the Fast ring

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview 14327 for the Fast ring
Those in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider Preview program receive newly updated versions of Windows 10 Mobile before anyone else. Because they want to receive the new build so quickly, it could be full of bugs which is the risk they take for being on the Fast ring. Those on the Slow ring won't get to install the latest and greatest version of Windows 10 Mobile before everyone else, but their version of the update will be much more stable than what was made available to those in the Fast ring.

Yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14327 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. Among the new tools is a "Messaging Everywhere" feature that allows users to send and receive texts from their Windows 10 Mobile phone right from their Windows 10 powered PC. To get this feature turned on, users need to go to their Microsoft account and toggle on "Send texts on all my Windows devices." From their PC, users go to the settings of the messaging app and allow messages to go through Windows Phone.

The new build also adds more languages for Cortana including Spanish (for Mexico), Portuguese (for Brazil) and French ( for Canada). The language updates add more than just words, they add experiences that are unique to each market. And if you are using Cortana in those new regions, you can use voice input by clicking on the microphone icon that is located above the keyboard.

The update fixes a number of bugs including one that made the phone unresponsive if the power button was used too quickly when locking or unlocking the phone. Also fixed was a bug that caused apps like Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Transfer My Data, and UC Browser not to start from Start or All apps. Following the extermination of a bug, the update allows Windows 10 Mobile users to halt an impending auto-correction by tapping on the last word typed.

For the complete list of bug fixes, click on the sourcelink.

source: Windows
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