OneDrive updated for Windows 10 Mobile with improvements

OneDrive updated for Windows 10 Mobile with improvements

OneDrive updated for Windows 10 Mobile with improvements

"The compatibility check that's part of the Windows Setup program gave this system a clean bill of health, but after downloading more than 3GB of setup files for the Creators Update, the upgrade failed, with the error message shown above", explains ZDNet reporter Ed Bott.

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British Windows 10 users will be more familiar with autumn than fall, the American way to describe the season that marks the transition from summer sunshine to wet winter weather.

So says ZDNet, which reports that Microsoft's much-hyped Creators Update, first released in March, is "incompatible" with some Intel Atom-powered 2-in-1 devices released between 2013 and 2014.

On the other hand, it is expected that most people would refer to the update as to Windows 10 version 1709, and Microsoft now itself uses the version number in its official documentation. But now that appears to not be the case; spotted by Windows Central, the branding being used in the United Kingdom and other English-speaking countries such as India, is now the Autumn Creators Update.

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"Starting today, LinkedIn for Windows 10 PCs will begin to roll out in the Windows Store", a Microsoft representative told. But it is just a bit odd that Microsoft would make a UWP version of the LinkedIn app that doesn't work on Windows 10 Mobile. If you embraced Microsoft's vision for a versatile future for Windows in the early days, you're now left stranded if you accepted-or were forced into-the free Windows 10 upgrade for your Windows 8 PC.

Microsoft's service policy states that they will provide updates for each update for 18 months, meaning users will have 18 months of potential updates.

This debacle shines a light on an unclear clause in Windows 10's support policy. There will also be a "Long-Term Servicing Channel" that will be updated every three years and receive long term support.

The change was first reported by Windows Central and it can be seen on regional Microsoft pages. Updates may include new features, fixes (security and/or non-security), or a combination of both.

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