Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile devices that haven't yet upgraded to the Anniversary Update - apparently including those that aren't officially supported.
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A video has surfaced showing what seems to be an older build of Windows 10 Mobile running on Google's Nexus 5X phone. This could be another in the list of unsupported devices that runs Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a new Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Mobile to Insiders on both the Fast and Slow rings, and says it won't roll out any more Insider Previews - for PC or Mobile - until 2016.
After days of speculation, Microsoft seems to have finally signed off on a release candidate, namely build 10586, as the 'Fall Update' to Windows 10 for both desktop and mobile.
A website based out of China is claiming that Microsoft has now signed off on Threshold 2, the next update for Windows 10, ahead of general availability at this coming 'Patch Tuesday'
After a previous report prophesying a November 2 launch was proved false, a Microsoft Support site now suggests that the 'Fall Update' to Windows 10 will be released next Tuesday.
Users won't have to wait long for the first big feature update to Windows 10. 'Threshold 2' or the fall update, as it is being called by some, is reportedly slated for a November 2 launch.
The release notes for the next big Windows 10 update have been leaked, revealing new features such as Jump lists for Windows Store apps, better website compatibility with Edge and other fixes.
Windows 10 Threshold 2 update might launch in November, slightly later than the previously rumored October release date. It will primary focus on optimization along with a few new features.