One of the biggest complaints Windows Insiders have with the Windows 10 Mobile preview is that Microsoft Edge has its address bar at the top of the screen instead of the bottom, or at least it used to. Screenshots of build 10149 have leaked onto the web today, and reveals the address back back at the bottom of the screen.
The screenshots also unveil a number of other changes to the operating system, including Edge branding, improvements to the apps list and more. You can check out the screenshots below.
Microsoft is currently working hard on finalizing Windows 10 desktop for RTM, which is expected to happen within the next few weeks. After that, the company is expected to take focus on Windows 10 Mobile, fixing it up for RTM in a few months. Microsoft is aiming to get Windows 10 Mobile out the door sometime in the fall, likely alongside the first feature update (not Redstone) for Windows 10.
Thanks for the tip, Victor.