Microsoft Launches Update History Page for Windows 10 Mobile
We already told you that Microsoft launched its new Update History page for Windows 10 PCs yesterday. And now, as it was also announced, the company did the same thing with the mobile version of its operating system. Update History page for Windows 10 Mobile is now live, and you can visit it to find all details about Microsoft’s latest mobile operating system.
The new page was released along with the new build 10586.107 for Windows 10 Mobile Preview. But Windows 10 Mobile Update History page is different than the PC version, as it serves as an introduction to Windows 10 Mobile, instead of reporting fixes and improvements like the new Update History page for Windows 10 does.
“From time to time, we release updates that add new or improved features that make your device even better. The following sections summarize what’s been included in each update so far. The most recent update is listed first.
Updates to Windows 10 Mobile are cumulative. When you install the latest update, you also get all the previous updates. Only updates that apply to your device are downloaded and installed, and update availability varies by device, region, and mobile operator.”
Microsoft Starts to Offer Updates Details to Users
Users were quite unsatisfied by the fact that Microsoft didn’t provide any details about its cumulative updates for Windows 10. And although the company actually provided release notes for Windows 10 Mobile builds, it decided to launch the Update History page for both platforms.
For now, Windows 10 Mobile Update History page still doesn’t feature details about new features and improvements of the most recent Windows 10 Mobile build, but we’ll see if that’s about to change in the future. For now, you can go to Update History page to explore features that Windows 10 Mobile offers, and get to know the system better.
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