It is clear from the recent Insider builds that Microsoft is not going to add any more new features to its biggest OS release, but is focusing on improving the existing features and eliminating any persistent issues in the build developed so far – to make it fully ready for the final release. Windows 10 for Mobile is expected to be released by the end of this quarter, which makes last week of September or the first week of October more likely to hold the day of release of this most awaited OS for mobile.
As the discussions on the release date and continuous work towards the final build goes on, Microsoft’s official page showed October 1st to be the date when Windows Insider program for mobile will be expired. The Insider program has been the platform for a ton of feedback from users all around the world who got hands-on the technical Preview builds as and when Microsoft made them available to the public. There have been several bugs and without user feedback, fixing them and making improvements to build after build would be very difficult for Microsoft. So it is obvious that Microsoft would not want to take down its largest source of user feedback on its upcoming OS release without any good reason.
Insider Preview expires on October 1, 2015
If you’re running Insider Preview, we’ll send you notifications beginning on September 15, 2015 to remind you that it’s time to upgrade your phone to a newer version.
Microsoft states that on October 1, 2015, the Insider program will be expired and users who are running on Insider Preview will be getting notifications starting September 15 about any new build available for Insider program. That gives you, the user, two weeks time to upgrade your device to the latest of Windows 10 Preview build available. If you happen to be a non-Insider, you would lose any chance you have now to be a Windows Insider and check out what Windows 10 on Mobile is like.
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