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Video: New features in Windows 10 Mobile Redstone build 1434x

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Gestures for Microsoft Edge, Apps for Websites

Microsoft continues to add new features to Windows 10 Mobile and then send them to the Windows Insider program for testing. The recent internal builds from the Development Branch are 14339, 14340 and 14341. One of them, or a newer build, could be rolled out to the Fast Ring next week, and as it turns out, this build will include two new features.

First, the swipe gestures are returning to the browser. Microsoft Edge will finally get swipe to back or forward, so you can easily navigate between web pages with gestures. As you can see in the video below, this build has an issue with the browser cache memory – Edge reloads the page after the user swipes left or right.

The second new feature is “Apps for Websites” found in Settings. It allows you to set up an app to open links from Microsoft Edge.