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Windows 10 Mobile Edge address bar moved to bottom in latest build

By Anton D. Nagy June 25, 2015, 5:08 am

Until Microsoft “soon” decides on the next Windows 10 Mobile release, Insiders can continue playing with build 10136, that’s become available last week. Whether the new build that will arrive will be 10149, or a more recent one, is yet unknown, but this particular 10149 version, that’s been allegedly leaked, brings some changes to the table.

For starters, as you can see in the image above, the Edge address bar (Edge is the name of the now rebranded browser) has been moved to the bottom. Unlike on Android and iOS, where you have to reach all the way up to the address bar, Edge will make it more “user friendly” to tap and enter a new URL. While still talking about Edge, there is now an option to choose whether you want to browse a particular page in Mobile, or Desktop view.

Other changes/additions include a flashlight (as we’ve recently heard) and data toggle, which can now be part of an additional row in the Action Center. According to MSMobile, who are allegedly in possession of the leak, this new build (10149) feels much more responsive than the one that’s currently available, 10136.

July 29 is when Windows 10 should become available, but it is yet uncertain when the Mobile counterpart of the OS will become mainstream. Until then, we’re all Insiders. You can also check out the source link below for additional information and screenshots.

Source: MSMobile.pl
Via: Windows Central

 

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