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Microsoft last week released a new Insider Preview Build for Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile with version 15007. The team released  a lot of new features with the latest build along with fixes for the users on Windows 10 PC and Mobile. The update is available for users on Fast Ring.

Apart from improvements to Cortana, Windows Hello etc. the team has also released a new feature SD Encryption for Windows 10 Mobile users. This was a security feature which was requested by a lot of users of Windows 10 Mobile.

The company has provided SD Encryption feature which can be found in the Settings option>Update and Security>Device Encryption. This was the feature which was requested by a lot of Mobile and Corporate users to have their data protected against offline attacks. Now with Build 15007, the company announced that enterprises and Mobile users will be able to manage devices on Windows 10 Mobile by inserting the encrypted SD cards into the phone when device encryption is enabled.  When deploying policies through mobile device management (MDM) solutions for the Windows 10 Creators Update, enterprises can require SD cards to be encrypted. Cloud backup for data on the SD card is strongly recommended when using this feature.

Improvements to Glance Screen:

Apart from the SD Card Encryption the company has also released Improvements to the Glance Screen for Windows 10 Mobile users. The “Always show Glance screen when charging” option is back and the option is available in Settings under Personalization ->. This was another most requested features by the Windows 10 Mobile users and finally the company has brought back the feature with the latest Windows 10 Build 15007.

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