On Monday, September 14 Microsoft lets Windows Insiders finally get their hands on another build for Windows 10 Mobile. In fact, it was just over 30 days from the previous build calling into some question the descriptor 'Fast Ring'.

Despite some setbacks for the release, build 10536 is shaping up to be quite stable and certainly quicker to launch apps with less lag. We wouldn't call this release final, but we can start to see an ultimate version on the horizon in terms of stability and reliability.

I have been using 10536 on my Lumia 1520 without major issues. The one problem I have seen is Messaging Skype beta is still crash prone on occasion and sometimes there is a delay after I enter my PIN to unlock. Otherwise, I'm digging this build, and I have no real complaints. Having said that, of all my devices, the Lumia 1520 is always handling these releases better than my other phones. I'm currently installing 10536 on my Lumia Icon and Lumia 830 and still need to put those devices through their paces and I may have a change of heart.

What about you? How satisfied are you with this latest release? Does 10536 instill confidence that Microsoft can pull off Windows 10 Mobile this fall or have you lost faith? What other issues are you still having?

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