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Yesterday, Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Build 15061 for Desktops and Tablets. Windows 10 PC Builds are getting released at a really fast pace and Windows Phone has once again been ignored. Microsoft hasn’t pushed a new update Windows 10 Mobile Devices this week. The company released a Build for Windows 10 Mobile Devices on last Friday with no major bug fixes.

The latest Windows 10 Mobile Preview Build is buggy and it is one of the few painful Windows 10 Creators Preview Update. Just like the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update, the Windows 10 Creators Update for Windows Phone has been focused on improvements and bug fixes. The company’s main focus has been on Windows 10 PCs with the Creators Update.

Microsoft’s Dona Sarkar has now confirmed that a new bug is blocking the release of next Windows 10 Mobile Preview Build. If Microsoft is able to fix the bug in the coming days, we can expect a new Preview Build for Windows Phone next week.

The latest Windows 10 Mobile Build 15055 comes with an critical bug that causes the inbox apps to fail to launch. You may not be able to launch Windows Store on your phone and you will be not able to update any apps. However, Microsoft has promised to fix the bug in the next build.

Microsoft is expected to begin the roll out of Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update after the desktop release. Microsoft has recently confirmed that the company will continue to release preview builds to Windows Phones after the release of Creators Update. We can expect new features for Windows 10 Mobile with Windows 10 Redstone 3 update which will be released later this year and it is the second major update for the operating system.

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