Windows 10 Mobile has its own Update History site to track new changes

Microsoft will also be offering more details on new updates for phones on the Windows 10 Mobile Update History site.

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile also has its own Update History site to track new update changes. Recently, after a high demand of feedback, the software giant launched the Windows 10 Update History to begin providing more information about what’s new with every update the company pushes to PCs.

Now as it turns out Windows 10 Mobile also has its own Update History site. However, because the software giant hasn’t released the mobile operating system publicly, the site doesn’t contain any information about any update.

The Windows 10 Mobile Update History site only briefly describes what’s the page about and notes that the company will update details as new cumulative updates are made available.

It’s important to note that Microsoft didn’t just launch this website. In fact it’s been up and running for a few months. We can actually trace the Windows 10 Mobile Update History back to September 2015, when WMPowerUser first report the existence of the site.

Nonetheless, it’s good to see that Microsoft will keep things separate between PC and mobile devices, and more transparent detailing on what’s included in each new update.

Source Windows 10 Mobile History Update via WMPowerUser, Windows Central

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