Bad news for the few people still using Windows 10 mobile. Support for the mobile OS is ending later this year. For everybody else, here’s your reminder that it exists, but also that it is dying. Microsoft quietly announced [via The Verge] that it will stop releasing security and software updates on December 10. That will also be the date that Windows 10 mobile tech support will end. Device backups will be available through March 10, 2020. Photo uploads and restoring from backups should work for up to a year after formal support ends in December. If you somehow find yourself still using a Windows 10 mobile device, expect more disappointment. Unless your phone is running version 1709, the latest OS release, support is ending June 11. Microsoft mentioned Lumia 640 and 640 XL phones as two that do not support the latest OS release and as such will lose support on June 11, 2019. Of course, you are welcome to continue using Windows 10 mobile devices after Microsoft ends support, but Microsoft itself suggests switching. The company has a number of apps for both Android and iOS, including some with Windows 10 PC integration on Android. Android appears to… Read full this story
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