Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Flash paused, new phone, Bash is here

This week in Windows Mobile we heard that Flash content is under better control, Bash came to WM, and we saw a new phone in Japan.
Written by James Kendrick, Contributor

Insider Preview build 14316 out, has Bash

As promised at the Build conference, Mirosoft has released Bash for developers in Insider Preview build 14316. Those wishing to install Bash should enable Linux in the Windows 10 Mobile features and open a Command Prompt and type 'bash".

Source: OS News


Edge browser to handle Flash better

The Edge browser will soon give users more control over how Flash content is handled. This includes the ability to display Flash content in a paused state, a welcome feature.

Source: ZDNet

New WM10 phone in Japan

Covia has introduced the BREEZ X5 phone in Japan. The X5 is a 5-inch mod-range phone running Windows 10 Mobile. This is good news as the Japanese market is large with a decent following for Windows Phones.

Source: WinBeta

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