Microsoft Working on New Windows 10 Mobile Build with More Action Center UI Improvements
Microsoft recently released Windows Redstone Preview build to insiders on both PC and mobile. While this preview has more focus on desktop PC, but Microsoft will soon release another build that will bring new features as well as Action Center improvements to Windows 10 Mobile.
Reportedly, these improvements include a new screenshot capturing sound and some minor changes to UI of Action Center.
We have already seen in the past that Action Center has been receiving much attention from Microsoft in many previous builds. These builds came from the development branch and have introduced enhancement and improvements to the Action Center.
The new features that Redmond is testing include Action center improvements that do not displays background for app icons on the notification bar, giving it a much cleaner look similar to the Action center on Windows 10 PC.
In addition to Action Center improvements for Mobile, the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone preview build will introduce a new screen capturing sound in Mobile OS. Microsoft have been using the same sound since Windows 8.1 Mobile and is yet to introduce a new one.
In the past few weeks, Microsoft has introduced several new features to its mobile operating system. An earlier Windows 10 Mobile preview build 14327 brought improvements to messaging experience preview that allow users to send and receive messages for their phone directly from Windows 10 PC.
Windows 10 Mobile 14322 was the last major updated build sent to the insiders that brought changes and improvements to Action Center like camera button on lock screen, updated emojis, improvements to Microsoft Edge, and updates to settings app.