Microsoft is expected to provide insiders with a new Windows 10 Mobile build next week, but the company has remained tight-lipped until now on what exactly this version could include.
But screenshots published by WindowsMania and showing build 143xx in action indicate that some of the features that were introduced in the PC version this week are expected to arrive on mobile too.
First of all, the update feature has been tweaked with the addition of active hours and custom restart time, two options that are already available in the latest PC build. Active hours enable users to select the time interval they’re usually working on their devices, so although updates are downloaded, the install won’t be started during this whole time.
On the other hand, the custom restart time lets them specify when Windows Update can start installing updates, and this setting overrides the aforementioned active hours. This comes in handy especially on work devices, so you can start installing updates during your lunch break, even if the phone’s active hours are normally active during that time.