Creating an alarm

Microsoft has been working on adding new features to its Insiders Preview Builds for Windows 10 and Mobile 10 for Fast Ring users ala Creators Update.

Quiet hours is a neat feature which the company had provided to users on Windows 8.1 and also for Windows 10. If you were using any Third Party Alarms App like Real Alarm then you would not be able to listen to the Alarms during Quiet hours.

But now the company has confirmed that they are working on Third Party Alarm Apps which can breakthrough during Quiet Hours on Windows 10. The company plans to release this feature in the coming Insider Build for Fast Ring Insiders.

Microsoft on its UserVoice confirmed the feature as below:

“We just enabled this in the next Insider fast-ring flight of the Creators Update! All third-party alarm apps will break through quiet hours now, just like the first-party alarm app! (Build 14972 or newer).”

As mentioned above this feature will be available for Insiders on Build 14972 and Higher. This is one of the new feature which the company is working to release with the Creators update in Early 2017.

Do let us know what do you think of the latest feature the company is planning to release to Insiders in the comments below.

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