Are you among the few people left still using a Windows 10 Mobile phone? Even Microsoft has been suggesting that your time to embrace an iPhone or Android handset is long overdue. This is the final year Microsoft will provide “support” for Windows 10 Mobile, and the company has published a page where you can learn more about nursing your device toward its final days. Yes, the handset should continue to work after Dec. 10, 2019, the last official day for product and security updates. After that, though, the phone is likely on borrowed time, though Microsoft says automatic or manual creation of new device backups for settings and some applications will continue for three more months, ending March 10, 2020. For that matter, some services including photo uploads and restoring a device from an existing device backup may continue to work for up to a year more. Still, for most of you, you’ll want to start the long goodbye now. And for some versions of Windows Mobile the end of the line comes as soon as June, so consult that online support page for details. Microsoft no longer sells or manufactures Window 10 Mobile devices so contact any seller that may have… Read full this story
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