The new update for the pre-release version of Windows 10 for mobile devices, now aligns with PC version bringing most of the same changes. In Windows 10 Mobile build 14342, Insiders will get improvements on Microsoft Edge and Feedback Hub. Users are also receiving a slew of new fixes, and there are a few new known issues.

What’s new on Windows 10 Mobile build 14342

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge for mobile now includes swipe gestures. Starting with build 14342, you can now swipe left and right to navigate back and forth when browsing the internet.

App for websites

Like the PC version of Windows 10, the mobile version of the operating system will redirect certain websites to open with an app instead. While no app currently supports this feature, Microsoft is preparing the operating system to get ready for the new feature. In addition, if you want to keep the current behavior, you can control apps for website at Settings > System > Apps for websites.

Feedback Hub

The Feedback Hub will help Insiders to create new feedback by adding a feature that will automatically suggest categories and subcategories based on the content you’re about to submit.

What’s fixed on Windows 10 Mobile build 14342

Similar to the PC version of the pre-release of Windows 10, build 14342 includes a slew of new fixes. Here are the most important fixes:

Known issues for Windows 10 Mobile build 14342

Dual-SIM devices may not work correctly with the second SIM. Settings app may crash when you are rearranging Quick Actions under Settings > System > Notification & actions. Feedback Hub is not localized and the user interface will appear in English. Emoji may not display correctly.

In the same way as for the PC version of Windows 10, the pre-release version of the mobile operating system no longer includes the feature that allows users to share their wireless networks information with contact through Wi-Fi Sense. However, Wi-Fi Sense will continue to be part of the operating system, but only to connect users to Wi-Fi hotspots through crowdsourcing access points. Windows 10 Mobile build 14342 is available immediately for users who are part of the Windows Insider Preview program. The update will download automatically, but you can always force the install by going to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and tapping the Check for updates button. These aren’t the only fixes and known issues Microsoft announced, as such make sure to check the Windows Blog for more details on other small changes. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.