Microsoft has confirmed the Windows 10 Creators Update and it’s going to be released next year for all supported platforms, that includes mobile as well. According to a new report, the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update is going to add a feature called “Reset App” which will enable users to easily refresh an app by removing all app data. This feature has reportedly been included in an unreleased internal build of Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update.

What the Reset App feature does is essentially take the app back to the fresh state it was in right after being installed for the first time. This feature will prove to be helpful when trying to fix certain app errors or just needing to free up space on the handset.

The report mentions that the Reset App feature resides in the Advanced options in the Settings menu. Tapping on the button will immediately wipe the data for the app once the user accepts the confirmation prompt.

It’s said that this feature is going to be included in the next Windows 10 Mobile Insider preview build which is also going to include several bug fixes and minor tweaks for the interface. Microsoft hasn’t confirmed when the next build is going to be released but it’s likely going to be out in the next few weeks.

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