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Microsoft is officially ending support for Windows 10 Mobile devices in December 2019. Despite stopping development of new features and hardware in 2017, the company has continued pushing out security and software updates. Read More »
216 Days Ago Microsoft is planning to end support for Windows 10 Mobile devices in December. While Microsoft revealed back in 2017 that the company was no longer developing new features or hardware for Windows 10 Mobile, security and software updates have continued.
216 Days Ago December's Patch Tuesday will contain final updates to the smartphone platform.
216 Days Ago Microsoft is winding down support for Windows 10 Mobile. The company will stop releasing security and software updates on December 10th, and it will end technical support for the devices on that date.
216 Days Ago Just a few days after announcing it would stop supporting Windows 7 soon, Microsoft is sounding the death knell for another of its products: Windows 10 Mobile.
216 Days Ago With support for the now-discontinued Windows 10 Mobile devices set to end on December 10, 2019, Microsoft is recommending that its current Windows 10 Mobile customers move to an Android or iOS device instead.
212 Days Ago Microsoft earlier this month reminded owners of devices powered by Windows 10 Mobile that support will end Dec. 10, although some services may remain active for months after that expiration date.
213 Days Ago Windows Phone fans saw this coming long ago, some probably wonder why this announcement took so long. For the hardcore, there's still time to cherish it. The post Microsoft ends Windows 10 Mobile support on December 10 appeared first on Pocketnow.
216 Days Ago Yes, you did read that correctly - Microsoft has officially set a sunset date for Windows Phone. In a Microsoft support page titled "Windows 10 Mobile End of Support: FAQ" some questions are answered regarding the eventual drop of support for the Windows Phone platform.
216 Days Ago Microsoft is recommending users of Windows 10 Mobile devices migrate to other platforms, including iOS, after the software giant confirmed the end of support for the mobile operating system by the end of 2019.