We're never upgrading PCs to Windows 10 without permission

We're never upgrading PCs to Windows 10 without permission

We're never upgrading PCs to Windows 10 without permission

Microsoft announced on Wednesday the release of Twitter's Windows 10 Mobile app. It now works across the entire Windows 10 platform and could be seen as a boost for the struggling Windows Phone platform. The Redmond-based tech firm is planning to make the rollout post the regular "monthly service updates" for the Lumia 950 and 950 XL device with Windows 10 mobile operating system.

The app, available for Windows 10 on both PC and mobile, configures your device and can deploy installable packages created in Windows App Studio.

Specifically, WindowBlinds 10 comes with settings that let users personalize the look of the Start menu, taskbar, window frames, and control buttons, but also new skins that include the so-called Ice, Eva, and The Captain.

Apart from dropping its support for Windows 10, HERE won't release any new feature for its apps on Windows Phone 8 or Windows 8 devices.

HERE Maps, Drive+ and Transit are the three apps which had been updated for the Windows 10 Mobile users, but the company has now chosen to no longer update them. "To prepare for this change, we have also made a decision to remove the HERE apps from the Windows 10 store on March the 29th, 2016".

"First off, the Xbox One is going to get the ability to run those Windows 10 UWP apps later this summer [in the northern hemisphere], with the Xbox Store and the Windows Store getting merged into one", Xbox Advanced Technology Group head Jason Ronald said at GDC.

 

 

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