Hands on with the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update (video)
The Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update is coming soon and is packing a few noteworthy changes that Mobile users should know about!
We admit, Microsoft hasn't really focused much on Mobile over the last several months, and that's evident with the upcoming Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update, which is packing a few minor new features and changes that most people aren't going to be too excited about.
But, there are changes, and with every new release of Windows 10 Mobile we like to do a walkthrough video showcasing what's new and changed. You can expect to see improvements to autocorrect, a new system sound, a new Book Store, and improvements to the Settings app. All of which, and more, are showcased in the video.
We'll be writing up our full Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update review over the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned for that. Microsoft is expected to begin rolling out the update for Mobile in the next few weeks. In the meantime, let us know what your most anticipated feature is that's coming in the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update!
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.
She was great on 8, but now 4 years later she is an absolute joke and so is W10 unless u live in Merica.
Off course you can use android and iOS as much as you want but there are some fans here like me and among others that is still holding on to this "DEAD" OS cause we are more comfortable using it from the start. Just like what Joey Sfb said here in the comment below "Both are great in their own way if you adopt a positive outlook." But it seems like everyone i know switching from W10m to android they're starting to bash and hate w10m for some reason. That's what really bothers me the most cause most WP users i know love Windows in the start and hate it once they get to use another OS. Coudn't they just jump ship and leave windows alone? Treasure the memories you had with WP over the years instead of comparing it to a more dominant mobile OS and think "Omg windows phone really sucks I regret everything". Tsss.. 🙄
I have been an avid fan of Windows phones since the Samsung Focus which was the evolution from my Zune HD and I've bought all the flagships including the 950XL. It was the first time I have actually been disappointed with a release. Windows 10 mobile really feels incomplete and I have since switched to android (Moto Z). I changed to a Square Launcher that looks just like windows phone because I love the interface. There are still things I miss like the keyboard, Cortana and reading mode in the browser. But overall I am way better off now, whenever I go back to my 950 I feel like I'm back time with some buggy first gen OS.
Yes, I agree that the PC version has much more new and interesting things, but there's new good stuff on mobile too. Mainly, the user experience will be much better than is now.
Why have we gone waaaay backwards? W8.1 ate the shorts off 10.
Typing is such s pain now,used to be fast and fluid but now its a disjointed mess with random nonsense words appearing ALL the time.
Add the fk up that is Cortana and W10 is an epic fail, 2014 was a MUCH better windows experience than the mess we have today
People are upset because there been nothing but minor updates. With a named update its expected that there will be major changes. Hence the comaints.
Oh well, android has come a long way in the last couple years.
I'm happy with my moto g.
Would love to choose custom accent colours in mobile.
Would love to have picture in picture and snap mode on mobile.
Would love to perform system tasks through cortana on mobile as well.
Would love to group the start menu just like we can on PCs, on mobile as well.
Need a significant update to native touch keyboard to make it more competitive with what is offered natively on android wrt to customizations, user control etc.
Finally, would love to see a merge cShell running on windows 10 ARM phones to offer the best of both worlds. Finger crossed.
• Dim the rest of the screen when going into a folder
• Blur the rest of the screen when going into a folder
• Zoom the rest of the screen out when going into a folder.
The feeling of using it gives a royal thing.... !!