Windows Phone UpdateAdvisor App Frees up Space for Windows 10 Mobile

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Windows 10 Mobile is set for a release most likely this October, and millions of Windows Phone are getting ready for the big launch. And now Microsoft has released a helpful app for that.
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Microsoft is indeed very serious about the upcoming Windows 10 Mobile upgrade, as the company has released the special UpdateAdvisor app for Windows Phone users to help them make an easier upgrade.

The app is available for free and it continuously checks for updates, and when it finds them, it helps the user free up space. I’m sure that as a Windows Phone users and not only, you have been annoying by problems with storage space whenever you had to install a new update.

Free up space on Windows Phone and make room for Windows 10 Mobile

Update Advisor recommends the files that you can move to an SD card or OneDrive in order for the update to take place. At the moment we don’t know how much space Windows 10 Mobile will require, but it seems that if you have less than 4GB of storage, you won’t be able to run it.

Once the update is completed, the app will help you move the files back to your phone. Thus, by using this free tool, you can move or deleted songs, podcasts, pictures and videos to your SD card or to OneDrive.

So far, those who have already downloaded the app are enjoying it, as the app has 4.5 stars out of 5. Let’s hope that the app will maintain its usability once Windows 10 Mobile is ready for prime time.

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