Earlier this week on Monday, Microsoft released Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 for Windows Insiders, which came with a lot of bug fixes and improvements, boosting user experience on the latest update. It may not be the final product yet, but we’re close to the final version as Microsoft has scheduled an event on October 6th where we expect the company to officially launch the new mobile operating system.
Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul took it to Twitter and mentioned that language packs and keyboards are now available for users running Windows 10 Mobile build 10536.1004. Language related issues have prevented users from using some features such as Cortana. The latest fix address those issues though some on Twitter have not seen the fix. Users interested can download them, but it may take a while for them to show up for Windows Insiders. Don’t panic if you don’t see them right away.
As for the change log for the Windows 10 Mobile build 10536, it adds Insiders Hub, fixes mobile hotspot functionality, Japanese and English (India) speech recognition, fixes Quite Hours\Do Not Disturb and has an overall better performance when compared to previous builds.Further reading: build 10536, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile