Microsoft delivers Windows 10 'Redstone' 14295 preview for PC and mobile

Microsoft's latest Windows 10 test build, No. 14295, for PCs and phones, includes a number of fixes but no brand-new features.

Microsoft has released another new Windows 10 "Redstone" preview build for both PCs and phones to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring.

The new build, No. 14295, includes a number of fixes, but no new features beyond the previously released test build, according to a March 25 blog post.

Today's build does run on a number of Windows Phones previously running Windows Phone 8.1 that have received the Windows 10 Mobile update. (Here is the list of phones eligible for this update. Microsoft execs note the Lumia 635 will be added at some point to the list. The Lumia Icon is still a "maybe" as of this week.)

Build 14295 includes a number of fixes for PCs and others for Windows 10 Mobile. Among the ones for the PC versio is a fix for a driver bug that was blocking Kapersky Anti-Virus, Internet Security and Total Security Suite from working as expected.

As usual, there are a number of known issues, too, for those installing this test build that are worth noting. The Band 1 and 2 sync issue bug is still not fixed in this build for Windows 10 Mobile users.


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