Windows 10 Mobile gets new improvements for Edge, and more

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Windows 10 Mobile is finally getting closer to prime time. Ahead of the Microsoft’s big event tomorrow, we have obtained some screenshots of a new Windows 10 Mobile build from Threshold 2. Keep in mind that this isn’t the newest build of Windows 10 Mobile that has been compiled, but this is a pretty recent build.

So what’s new? According to our source, Microsoft has added a new feature that enables users to adjust the size of the text on the whole OS. This feature will let users get a phablet-like experience by making the text size smaller, which I think a lot of users will appreciate. With the latest build, Microsoft has also added a couple of new options for developers — for example, there is a new option which will allow developers to turn on remote diagnostics over USB and local area network connections.

The latest build also brings a couple of improvements for Edge — there is also a new option which lets users hide local IP address over WebRTC connections.

It is worth noting that the latest build of Windows 10 Mobile brings a handful of performance improvements. According to our source, the build is a lot faster than the last Insider Preview build, which is indeed pretty good news. That being said, don’t expect Microsoft to release a new Windows 10 Mobile build today.

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