Windows 10 Creators Update is no doubt the largest project ever attempted by the Windows 10 developer team since the launch of Windows 10 itself. Considered a major installment in Microsoft’s update schedule, the Creators Update will bring many brand new features and services. There’s a lot of work being put into this update and Insider builds have been flying out for months. This allowed us to learn quite a bit about what Microsoft is planning as well as how they want to implement those plans into Windows.
A new hope
As mentioned before, there will be a ton of new features coming to Windows 10 on PC. It is easy to see that the company still holds PC as their top platform regardless of the advances Microsoft is making on other fronts. Speaking of other fronts, there’s good news ahead for Windows Mobile users.
It would seem that despite what might seem obvious, Microsoft does not intend on terminating their mobile platform anytime soon. In fact, according to Microsoft, the Windows 10 Mobile platform will see big, important updates once Creators Update rolls out and the company can shift their focus on the mobile side for a little bit.
The Creators Update itself will not hold a lot for Windows 10 Mobile with the mobile OS benefiting in small ways from the otherwise huge update. As PC has been the main focus for the update, that will ultimately translate in less spotlight for mobile.
Plans for the future
It is great, however, that we will get official confirmation that Windows 10 Mobile isn’t going anywhere. After a rather rough period for it lately, many were expecting Windows 10 Mobile to call it quits. That would have been sound from a business perspective, but the Windows developer is confident on its ability to raise Windows 10 Mobile from the dirt and make it shine again.
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