Microsoft to roll out Windows 10 Anniversary update this week
Microsoft is planning an anniversary update for its mobile devices and according to new information, this update would be rolling out starting from next week. The update is to be built on the Windows 10 platform and officially, the confirmed devices to be getting the update would be the Lumias that are existing as unlocked devices and all other such Win10 supported smartphones as from the 9th of August.
Those that bought their phones on contract from carriers need not worry too as they have not been left out of the programme but would be getting theirs later on the 16th of August instead.
From the report, the delay by one week is in a bid to enable the different carriers test the features and enhancements that has been done to the software and make sure that they’re perfectly compatible with their devices, eliminating bugs that might be inherent as fast as possible too.
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