A new Build 14342 is now available for Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring.
This latest build brings a few new features including the popular swipe navigation in Edge browser.
Here is the short list of new features:
Swipe navigation for Edge Browser: This feature was introduced in last week's PC Build 14342 and we now see it make its way to Windows 10 Mobile devices. You can swipe right to go back a web page, swipe left to go forward.
Apps for websites: Probably my favorite feature introduced in this Build 14342. Microsoft has enabled the web links to redirect to the apps. For instance, if you try to open an Instagram link, it will open in the app instead. Now the app in question has to support this new feature and at the moment not many apps do as this feature was just introduced last week. But as apps (like Facebook, Instagram or 3rd party youtube apps get updated, we will be able to use it)
Lastly, the Feedback Hub app has been improved on, Microsoft enabled auto-suggestion of categories you would like to submit your feedback to.
Most of the work in this build was done on fixing bugs and there are quite a lot of fixes/improvements...
Now there are a few known issues with this build, I will mention a couple of the notable ones:
There is an issue with Dual SIM phones, where the second SIM has trouble with cellular data and staying connected.
The settings app may crash when you are trying to edit your quick action buttons.
Microsoft also announced that they have discontinued the WiFi sense feature, this allowed you to share your WiFi credentials with people in your contacts. They say it is not worth it. If you disagree, be sure to make your voices heard via the Feedback app.
You can read more on this latest build 14342 by visiting the Windows Blog page