Windows 10 Mobile Build 10080 For Phones Now Available To Download

Hot here is that Microsoft is now calling its next mobile version of Windows the rather descriptive Windows 10 Mobile, changed from Windows Phone. Released a new build for Windows Insiders, which it incluydes an improved Start screen with with more customization options. This new build adds a handful of devices to the list of those that are compatible, and also bringing new features to the operating system.

Windows 10 Mobile build 10080 download on track, released for Windows Insider Program developers
More over amongst those new inclusions is a beta version pf the Windows Store and support for the new universal Office apps. Microsoft has also added four new apps to the collection, with Xbox, Music, Video and Camera now shipping as part of this third Windows 10 Mobile beta.

New build 10080 supports the Lumia 930/Lumia Icon, Lumia 640 and 640XL, and the HTC One (M8) for Windows. And if you are on Verizon and have got a HTC One M8 for Windows, you will not be able to upgrade just yet the beta build installed. The new version of Windows 10 Mobile build 10080 was previously compatible with 35 differentdevices, and the new one builds on that by adding support for the aforementioned handsets. And HTC joins the party, becomes the first non-Lumia device that has been given Microsoft’s blessing.

Those already on Windows Insider Program can get the update by heading on over to the Settings app, then tapping ‘Update & Recovery,’ before choosing ‘Phone update.’ Finally, tapping ‘Check for updates’ will initiate the update process. If not on the Windows Insider Program, be sure to read the instructions acrefully and install it, because there are plenty of warnings to heed before you satrt installing anything.

On the major new additions to the third Windows 10 Mobile beta, the Xbox app is apparent to get the msot attention. Offering access to your achievements, activity feed and friends list, the app is fully featured. You can even watch Game DVR clips right from your phone.

(Source: Microsoft)

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