Here’s your double dose for the week! Microsoft has just released Windows 10 build 15060 for PCs in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider Program, pretty much two days after the launch of the previous preview version.
That being, build 15058.
As the minor number jump suggests, there is nothing much in terms of big, notable changes — just good old wholesome fixes and performance improvements, details of which you can check here.
However, interestingly, the company encountered some issues before release, which meant that this build was not made available in a 32-bit flavor outright. That, and the Brazilian and Polish builds also did not make the cut.
But Microsoft made it a point to note that these issues have been quickly fixed, and everything is now live and available for download.
What’s more concerning, however, is the fact that there is now Windows 10 Mobile counterpart to go along with this preview version. Just like we saw earlier this week, build 15060 is flying solo.
The development of the mobile OS has fallen off the rails these last few months, after progressing fairly nicely until the end of last year. Hopefully, this is something that Redmond manages to fix, as we inch towards the rollout of the Creators Update next month.
Expect similar fast action before that happens, though, in terms of preview builds, that is.