Microsoft Calls First Windows Phone 7 Update a Success
Microsoft today published a blog post that shares some information about how the first update to its Windows Phone 7 platform has proceeded. According to Microsoft, fully 90% of the updates have gone smoothly. Microsoft admits that 10% of WP7 users did experience problems with their update, but identified poor internet connections or lack of computer storage as the culprits behind most of these problems. Microsoft did say that it has come across a small technical glitch encountered by some Samsung WP7 devices, and as a precaution has suspended the update for those phones. In its blog post, Microsoft provides a number of answers to common questions about the update. Those seeking more information about the update before proceeding are encouraged to read the post.
Review: Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile
Window 10 for smartphones builds on the foundation created by Microsoft for its desktops, laptops, and tablets. Windows 10 is a unifying platform that boasts universal apps and common, key functions that make for a seamless experience across form factors.
Microsoft Says Older Phones Won't Get Windows 10 Until 2016
Microsoft today said owners of handsets running Windows Phone 8 / 8.1 will have to wait a bit longer to receive Windows 10. The update was originally expected to arrive this month, but Microsoft has now delayed the rollout.
Microsoft Fixes Bugs In Windows 10 Technical Preview
Microsoft today pushed out a minor update to the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. Build 10052 resolves a number of performance issues and makes a few other tweaks.
Microsoft Still Working Through Windows 10 Mobile Builds
Microsoft today said new builds of the Windows 10 Mobile Technical Preview are on the way, even if they are rolling out slower than the company hoped. In a blog post, Microsoft explains that it encountered several large issues that forced it to reset its approval process three times over the past several weeks.