A new Windows 10 Insider Build is available right now for those who are interested. This new update is build number 14393.67, and it’s available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile. Furthermore, anyone who is a part of the Fast Ring, Slow Ring, and Release Preview, are eligible to download.
Windows 10 Insider Update Build 14393.67
The following is the changes the build brings to the table:
- Addressed issue that causes significantly reduced battery life on Windows Phone when using Bluetooth with “Hey Cortana” feature enabled.
- Addressed issue that prevents users from completing the out-of-box experience (OOBE) with a local account using Korean characters.
As we can see, nothing major here, but it should do wonders for Windows 10 Mobile users who have been experiencing a significant reduction in battery life when using Bluetooth paired with Hey Cortana.
Cumulative Update Build 14393.67 for PC & Mobile available in Fast, Slow, RP Rings. Details coming soon in Feedback Hub #WindowsInsiders
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Bear in mind that this update has nothing to do with the planned Redstone 2 update Microsoft aims to release to Insiders in the coming weeks. This is just an update to fix minor issues facing the recently released Anniversary Update.
As for Redstone 2, Microsoft says the first set of updates will not contain major features, but merely improvements and fixes. Also, Redstone 2 updates will come first to PC, then later to Windows 10 Mobile handsets.
Hopefully, the software giant releases a fix that addresses an issue facing several Windows 10 Mobile users such as myself. There are times when the phone decides to automatically reboot, and other times it just freezes and requires a hard reboot to move forward. It can be a pain, so this is definitely something the software giant needs to fix as soon as possible.