Microsoft has taken another step towards its launch of Windows 10 Mobile, adding a new 'Software update for Lumia with Windows 10' page to its support site, for those with Windows Phone 8.1 handsets.
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Following over 110 million downloads and months of feedback from customers, Microsoft is making several changes to Windows 10 upgrade paths, making it a simpler and more user-friendly process.
It's been three months since Microsoft launched Windows 10 for PCs, and we're eager to hear if you've upgraded to the new OS yet - or if you've decided to avoid upgrading for the time being.
According to a new report, Windows 10 has exceeded 120 million installations in three months. This equates to an average of 40 million installs per month and 1.33 million per day.
Microsoft's impressive Lumia 640 offers mid-range features at low-end prices - and in the UK, those prices are lower than ever, as it's now available from £69.99 on PAYG upgrade and £114.99 SIM-free.
Microsoft says a "mistake" on its part resulted in the optional 'Upgrade to Windows 10' checkbox in Windows Update being pre-ticked, which led to multiple reports of the OS installing automatically.
...the last-minute discovery of a bug means that there's no upgrade path from the previous build. As a result, upgrading to new build 10549 will first require downgrading to Windows Phone 8.1.
At its devices event today, Microsoft has officially announced that Windows 10 is now installed on more than a hundred million devices which includes Windows Insiders and Enterprise users.
A new report claims that Windows 10 installations have finally surpassed the 100 million figure which means that if true, the company achieved 25 million more upgrades in the last 33 days.
A report claims Windows 10 installations now stand at 81 million - but that would indicate a dramatic slowdown in Microsoft's rollout. Neowin understands the true total is actually closer to 100m.
In anticipation of the impending release of Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft has released an app, called UpdateAdvisor, to help users prepare their devices for the upgrade.
It's been a month since Microsoft launched Windows 10, and 75 million PCs are already running the new OS - is yours one of them? Vote in our poll to let us know if you've upgraded, or still waiting.
Microsoft will not be issuing a product key for post RTM builds of Windows 10, this means that activation can only be achieved by an upgrade from RTM or dual booting from the same device.
Sprint customers who are keen on owning the latest and greatest iPhone will now be able to do so with a newly announced trade-in program, with a special offer if you enroll by the end of the year.
Microsoft said that they are rolling out the update to Windows 10 in waves which makes us wonder how far along in the process they are and if the distribution is still occurring at a feverish pace.
System GoBack Free provides an easy-to-use downgrade solution. Upgrade to Windows 10 with the peace of mind knowing you can simply go back. Restore old applications and games with only one click.
Microsoft says that those who have already reserved a copy of Windows 10 should continue to look out for the upgrade notification "over the coming days & weeks", hinting at a long wait for some users.
The company has just announced that its 600 stores across the country and their respective Geek Squads will help you learn about, and upgrade to, Windows 10 - but their assistance won't come cheap.
Microsoft has confirmed to Neowin that ten Lumia handsets will be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile initially, but made it clear that it plans to update "all Lumia devices running Lumia Denim software".
Microsoft has posted a list of phones which it says "will receive a free upgrade [to Windows 10 Mobile] when available" - but it's not clear if those devices not listed will miss out on the upgrade.
We're well into Windows 10's launch day now - so why hasn't your PC got the upgrade notification yet? If you're still waiting to upgrade to the new OS, don't worry - it's all part of Microsoft's plan.
With a day before the release of Windows 10, Microsoft has started pushing Windows 10 files to Windows 7 and 8 users who reserved a copy already for installation tomorrow.
A new story is making the rounds which claims that users might be forced to pay Microsoft for updates to Windows 10 after a short two to four years period. That story is bogus and we explain why.
The latest builds of Windows 10, 10158 and 10158, are pretty great in terms of stability and improvements. But lots of people are having problems upgrading so we've put together some fixes for you.
A bunch of Microsoft's low-end Lumias are now getting software updates which bring better WiFi connectivity, camera performance, SD card support and more. Users can check for updates right now.
Microsoft has made it possible that Windows 10 can be free for anyone, even if they don't have a previous install of Windows, but seeing as the OS is a free upgrade, this won't impact many users.
Microsoft is now rolling out its latest Windows 10 Mobile preview build - but handsets running the last Insider Preview, build 10080, won't be able to upgrade directly to the newest release.
Microsoft has been quite aggressive with getting Windows 8.1 users to reserve their copy of Windows 10, and now they are taking it one step further with the 8.1 OOBE.
With Windows 10 just around the corner, there has been a lot of confusion regarding the upgrade one of which is: "Why can't I see the Get Windows 10 app?" Microsoft has answered this question as well.
Several features included with Windows 7 and 8.1 will no longer work when you upgrade to Windows 10, among them: native DVD playback, Desktop Gadgets and Media Center.
Microsoft has said that after you perform an update to Windows 10, if you need to perform a clean install, the upgrade license will allow you to do this in order to restore your PC.
Microsoft has confirmed that the pricing of Windows 10 Home and Pro will remain the same as Windows 8 and to upgrade from Home to Pro will cost you $99.
Microsoft has now confirmed the launch date of Windows 10 - but do you plan to upgrade to the new OS when it's released on July 29? Or are you planning to wait, or maybe even give it a miss entirely?
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be arriving at the end of July and for those of you who will be upgrading, they have clarified which version you will receive.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be available from July 29, and as previously revealed, users on Windows 7 and 8.1 will qualify for a free upgrade in the first year.
In a new blog post on Microsoft's Australian Partner site, the company has confirmed that after one year, Windows 10 upgrade will not be free for consumers who are upgrading to the new OS.
The past few weeks has created some confusion about what happens if you upgrade a non-genuine build of Windows to Windows 10. To clear the air, Microsoft has finally come forward about the process.
According to a new statement from Microsoft, the company isn't actually looking to upgrade pirated Windows versions to a licensed Windows 10. Instead those who upgrade will remain unlicensed pirates.
If you are planning to upgrade to Windows 10 later this year, Microsoft has published the supported upgrade paths for the OS which includes using Windows Update and a clean install with an ISO.
Microsoft is ending mainstream support for Windows 7 SP1, but you don't need to worry too much about it. Seeing the work the company is doing with Windows 10, will you consider upgrading to it?
Microsoft's Gabriel Aul says that the company intends to allow users who have installed Windows 10 preview builds to upgrade directly to the RTM version of the OS when it launches next year.
Microsoft has said that all Lumia handsets running Windows Phone 8 onwards will be upgraded to Windows 10, and it has also mentioned the prospect of new handsets designed for Windows 10 on the way.
If you're on Verizon's FiOS service, the company has some good news for you: from today, it's introducing a huge boost to its upstream speeds, with uploads up to five times faster, free of charge.
A new Samsung advert for its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone is asking users of its ageing S3 device who use the camera heavily to upgrade, by pointing out how the S5 has superior photo-shooting powers.
Google has announced improvements to its Glass wearable device, offering better performance thanks to a big increase in RAM, along with greater battery life and a handful of software enhancements.
China's government plans to stick with Windows XP, with patches from domestic security providers, according to an official who says the cost of upgrading to Windows 8 would be "fairly expensive".
Vimeo has launched a new version of its video player. Re-engineered from the ground up it offers great performance and speed improvements as well as some fancy features thanks to HTML5.
In a bid to get folks to upgrade from out of date, (pirated) copies of Windows XP, Microsoft is greatly discounting the price of Windows 8 in China. Starting on November 11th for two weeks.
The Xbox Music app on Windows 8.1 has just received an update that brings some important UI changes, and some bug fixes. The app also dropped the Preview title and has now graduated to Gold.
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