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While Microsoft has resumed the Windows Insider program after the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the company isn’t releasing a lot of builds for the Insiders. So far this week, Microsoft hasn’t released any new builds for the operating system and now it appears that there be no new builds until next week.

A few hours ago, Windows Insider Program chief Dona Sarkar confirmed that the company won’t release any new builds for the Fast Ring Insiders. However, Sarkar hasn’t confirmed whether or not Windows 10 Mobile will get any love this week, as the company recently compiled a new mobile build.

Last week only Microsoft released the Windows 10 Build 17025 from the Redstone 4 branch with some improvements and fixes.¬†As Windows 10 Redstone 4 is in the early stage of development, Microsoft isn’t adding any new features to the operating system.

On the other hand, Microsoft is internally testing new builds for Windows 10 Mobile operating system from the feature2 branch and the company has even compiled a new build for the mobile platform.

While Microsoft is still developing new builds for Windows 10 Mobile, the update is apparently not going to include any new features as the platform is no longer the company’s focus.