A new Windows 10 for Phones or Windows Phone 10 was released yesterday as a preview version for developers or people keen to know a bit more about it, the name: Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones.
Last week a new update 8.10.14219.341 for non Windows Phone 8.1 preview users have been released bringing Cortana for some users that still didn't have it.
This new update brings a new Data Toggle feature from the notification centre and also brings an Alpha version of Cortana in: Spain, France, Germany and Italy.
Yesterday a new critical update 8.10.14203.306 was released by Microsoft for the Windows Phone 8.1 Developer's Preview users.
A new special offer for UK customers is available from the carphone warehouse's website ideal for those who want to try Windows Phone 8.1 without spending too much money on it. Carphone warehouse is offering an exclusive yellow cased Nokia Lumia 530 for less than £50 with a mandatory £10 top-up. It might not be the fastest Microsoft Windows Phone but it gives a taste of what the OS feels like for less than £60.
Microsoft has rolled out a new critical update 8.10.14192.280 for Windows Phone 8.1 Developer’s preview. According to Microsoft this update “contains our usual scope of fixes and improvements. We’re requiring this update so we can continue to test our update systems”.
A new firmware revision 3058.50000.1424.0003 has been rolled out for all those Windows Phone 8.1 (8.10.14176.243) Developer’s Preview users and finally after checking the “extra+info” option under “settings” it can be seen that the old Lumia Black has now changed to Lumia Cyan.
Yesterday Windows 10 was announced and a clear “yes” was heard to the question: is Windows 10 the next version of Windows Phone as well?, that answer might not make it official or give many details but it says that those are the plans that Microsoft have for their mobile OS.
Today Microsoft has released Windows 10 Technical Preview which intends to be the universal Operating System for Mobile devices and computers. Windows 10 seems to remind us of Windows 7 having a "Start Menu" that this time would be resizeable and customisable.
A new update has been made available to the Windows Phone users and it is expected that this time it will solve the infamous error 80188308 and will prepare things for the Lumia Cyan update for all those Developer Preview users.