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seo expert2019 2021-11-27
In this informative article, you'll discover ways to find and get great Windows Phone 7 applications and amusement in Marketplace. Having its solid Xbox reputation, Windows Telephone 7 is easily surrounding up to be always a killer gaming machine. By the way, maybe not everything in Market place costs money. Some compensated apps in Market place also enable you to decide to try them before you decide them. Touring the Marketplace CenterThe Market place centre is one of the standard tiles on your own Begin screen.
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Hospedaje de correo electronicoCorreo electrónico empresarial 100% disponible Garantizado con Herramientas de administración, protección y control. Buzones de 5 y 25 GB.  Disponibilidad garantizadaBusiness Mail te acompaña a donde vayas manteniéndote conectado ya sea desde internet (vía webmail), con un dispositivo móvil (iOS, Android Windows Phone) o desde tu computadora (Outlook, Mail, Thunderbird). Además con Business Mail tendrás tu correo disponible todo el tiempo, o te devolvemos tu dinero. Soporte personalizado de primeraTe ofrecemos una amplia gama de herramientas para ayudarte a alcanzar el potencial de tu empresa, con la certeza de que siempre habrá un experto dispuesto a asesorarte con la calidez y eficacia que nos caracteriza.
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The .NET Framework is a programming paradigm that enables the creation and execution of software programs for Microsoft Windows, Windows Server, Windows Phone, Microsoft Azure, and XML Web services.

Microsoft created it, and it is based on Microsoft’s Windows operating system.

The .NET Framework consists of the Framework Class Library (FCL) and the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provide language support for a wide range of computer languages.It created this Framework to address several application development challenges, including lengthy development periods, the difficulty of updating programs rapidly, the high total cost of ownership of software, and simplicity of deployment.Read More

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https://itechbrand.com/how-to-add-websites-to-the-home-screen-on-any-smartphone-or-tablet/The home screen of your smartphone or tablet isn’t just for apps.

For example, you can pin your favorite websites to your home screen, no matter what platform you’re using, so you can reach them fast.Some platforms provide additional functionality.

Chrome on Android, for example, opens these websites in separate windows with no browser interface, but Windows 8 and Windows Phone give live tile updates on some websites. 

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Randall Vincent 2017-07-11
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Microsoft said Tuesday that it was ending support for Windows Phone 8.1, one of the more notable updates to its troubled mobile operating system.

The writing has been on the wall for a while for Windows Phone, which hasn't gotten a meaningful update or any new products in two years.

While Microsoft continues to support the successor to 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, the move marks another sad chapter in the company's desperate struggle to gain relevancy in the smartphone market at a time when iPhones and phones running on Google's Android software dominate the world.

Windows Phone 8.1 was the fourth iteration of the mobile operating system and introduced the Cortana digital assistant to the phone.

High-end devices like the Lumia 930 sported the new software, and companies like HTC, Acer and Alcatel offered products using the platform.

But there was a lack of app support for phones running on the OS, which offered a unique tile-based user interface similar to the PC version of Windows, and consumers weren't interested either.

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James Neely 2017-07-11
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If you're still rocking a device on Windows Phone 8.1, you're no longer going to receive software updates.

Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows Phone 8.1, the third iteration of the company’s operating system built specifically for mobile that arrived on the scene in 2014.

As of today, it will no longer receive updates going forward, according to Microsoft’s support site.

Every year it seems another aspect of Windows Phone is quietly killed off, and this news leaves only Windows 10 as the remaining active platform for the few handsets capable of running it.

About this time last year, Microsoft heavily scaled back its mobile group by roughly 1,850 jobs.

The bulk of the cuts came to those at the division’s headquarters in Espoo, Finland.

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Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-12-22
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One of the more exciting things about following the tech world is that its nearly impossible to predict where things are headed.

Sure, we know that 2017 will usher in more powerful smartphones and endless stream of Internet connected devices, but attempting to anticipate, in a broad sense, how current technologies will evolve and which new technologies will soon take the world by storm is nothing short of a fool s errand.

Looking back, it s always funny to take stock of which tech predictions happened to miss the mark by a mile.

Whether it s John C. Dvorak in 2007 predicting that the iPhone was going to be a flop and that Apple should pull the plug to IDC s bizarre 2011 projection that Microsoft s Windows Phone would have a nearly 20% share of the global smartphone market by 2015, the tech world is predictably unpredictable.

Having said that, I recently stumbled across what might very well be the worst tech prediction of all time.

While some old predictions, such as Ken Olsen s famous 1977 statement that there is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home can be excused given the state of technology at the time, it s much harder to forgive what MIT Economics Professor and current New York Times columnist Paul Krugman said about the future of the Internet back in 1998.

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I turned right around and asked my colleagues for help.

I wanted to know what tech-savvy people recommend to someone outside that bubble of experience who just wants something that’s cheap and works.

While he could put up with it, the Windows phone is dying and fast, and support was lacking long before it was officially cut off.

The proverbial straw that snapped the camel’s back was the fact he couldn’t update mobile Skype on his dinosaur of a phone.

I may despise the new Skype update, but the fact remains it’s been our primary source of communication for two years (we’re long distance).

Mike told me he wanted to get a new phone, preferably for a low price as he is a human being who needs to spend money on other luxuries such as food and rent.

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James Farr 2017-07-11
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Tuesday's monthly software update release marked the official end of support for Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft's last release under the Windows Phone moniker.

This means an end to patches and technical support.

"There will be no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates," Microsoft says of the designation.

Those with a supported device (Lumia 1520, Lumia 830, Lumia 735, Lumia 640 XL, Lumia 640, Lumia 535) can upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile, which Microsoft has assured us will not be going away anywhere any time soon.

The end of Windows Phone support will not exactly shake the smartphone world.

According to IDC, Windows-equipped handsets made up roughly one tenth of one per cent of new phone shipments last quarter, and NetMarketShare similarly puts its use under the one per cent mark.

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Edward Lambert 2017-10-09
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This week Microsoft put the final nail in the Windows Phone’s coffin, officially conceding the mobile marketplace to Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android.

It’s a big move, and there are sure to be some Windows Phone die-hards out there who will lament the loss of their favored mobile operating system but it wasn’t a total shock.

Windows Phone is dead, but was it ever a real competitor to iOS and Android?

— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) October 9, 2017

Microsoft has gradually pivoted away from Windows Phone, leaning hard toward VR and its Surface lineup while once-proud flagships like the Nokia Lumia are left by the wayside, forgotten.

— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) October 9, 2017

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George Starling 2017-07-12

Microsoft has killed off support for Windows Phone 8.1, spelling the end for the troubled smartphone OS.

The move is good news for both iOS and Android, enabling them to bolster their already dominant position among smartphone platforms.

In October 2016, Microsoft published a list of products that it would be discontinuing support for in 2017, comprising four waves of cuts in January, April, July and October.

The distinctive tile-based OS, first launched as Windows Phone 7 in 2010, struggled to compete with rivals iOS and Android.

And while the Windows Phone-powered Lumia phones garnered respectable reviews, partly thanks to their distinctively bright designs, they never quite reached the levels of popularity achieved by the iPhone and top-tier Android phones from the likes of Samsung.

This is essentially a version of its desktop Windows 10 software specifically designed for use on smartphones and tablets.

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Jeff Lusk 2018-08-20
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Goodbye Windows Phone, it's almost too painful to watch you go.

Last year Microsoft admitted that it was no longer releasing new hardware and features for its Windows Phone OS.

With that death sentence, Microsoft has been slowly leading Windows Phone to its demise since.

Now, Microsoft says that it'll stop accepting new app submissions for Windows Phone 8.x or earlier on Oct. 31, 2018.

Then on July 1, 2019 Microsoft will stop distributing app updates to Windows Phone 8.x or earlier devices.

Microsoft says it'll continue making updates available to Windows 10 devices, but it doesn't mention Windows 10 Mobile -- the version of Windows 10 built for Windows Phones.

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Bill Davis 2018-02-20
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Smartphones running Windows Phone 7.5 or Windows 8 are no longer getting push notifications, after Microsoft announced it's pulled support.

Windows Phone 8.1 will work as usual "at this time," and the current Windows 10 Mobile is still fully supported.

However, Microsoft has said that Windows 10 Mobile is no longer a focus, and users shouldn't expect new features or hardware.

On Monday, Microsoft announced in a blog post that any phone running the older Windows Phone 7.5 or 8 operating systems will no longer receive push notifications.

Plus, the "Find my phone" function on those operating systems will no longer work, either.

This isn't necessarily going to affect a whole lot of users: Windows Phone 7.5 was first released in 2011, and Windows Phone 8 dropped in 2012.

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Michael Webster 2016-08-15
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Microsoft reveals final resting date of native Skype client as Skype-for-the-cloud marches forward with Windows 10 Mobile

Any die hard Windows Phone users stuck on devices that can t be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile will lose support for Skype by early 2017 , according to Microsoft.

While it was public knowledge that Microsoft was phasing out support for the client on Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1, Redmond has now given a clear date in an updated version of the Skype support page.

While support will no longer be available from October 2016, the Skype app on Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 will continue to work possibly with some limitations until early 2017, when we finish moving Skype calling to the cloud see Skype blog , said Skype.

Instead, Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 users will have to use the web client if they want to use Skype.

Of course, many users can choose to upgrade their devices to Windows 10 Mobile.

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Julie Romero 2017-12-27
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WhatsApp announces it is pulling the plug on Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry OS

WhatsApp is officially pulling the plug on Windows Phone 8.0 (and older) and BlackBerry OS, at the end of this year.

With less than a week to go, the Facebook-owned unit announced it would cease support for its app on these platforms from 31 December 2017.

However users should still be able to use WhatsApp on these platforms after the cut-off date.

It comes after WhatsApp had in January 2017 granted a temporary stay of execution for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60, Android 2.1 and 2.2, Windows Phone 7 and the iPhone 3GS and iOS 6 smartphones.

But now in its FAQ post, WhatsApp explained that currently Android versions older than 2.3.3; Windows Phone 7; iPhone 3GS/iOS 6; and Nokia Symbian S60 are no longer supported.

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Felton Woodall 2017-07-11
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As of today, Windows Phone 8.1 is deader than dead.

You’ll probably be more surprised to learn that it wasn’t already, but they do say that fact is stranger than fiction.

Officially speaking, however, Windows Phone 8.1 only ends its mainstream support 11th July this year.

This means that, unless Microsoft relents and shows a bit of mercy, devices running on this version of Microsoft’s operating system will no longer receive updates, even critical security ones.

Windows Phone 8.1 isn’t all that bad.

Like its desktop counterpart, it attempted to fix the flaws of its predecessor, Windows Phone 7, which wasn’t a dismal failure the way Windows 8.0 was on the PC side.

collect
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seo expert2019 2021-11-27
In this informative article, you'll discover ways to find and get great Windows Phone 7 applications and amusement in Marketplace. Having its solid Xbox reputation, Windows Telephone 7 is easily surrounding up to be always a killer gaming machine. By the way, maybe not everything in Market place costs money. Some compensated apps in Market place also enable you to decide to try them before you decide them. Touring the Marketplace CenterThe Market place centre is one of the standard tiles on your own Begin screen.
Sapphiresolutions 2021-10-28
img

The .NET Framework is a programming paradigm that enables the creation and execution of software programs for Microsoft Windows, Windows Server, Windows Phone, Microsoft Azure, and XML Web services.

Microsoft created it, and it is based on Microsoft’s Windows operating system.

The .NET Framework consists of the Framework Class Library (FCL) and the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provide language support for a wide range of computer languages.It created this Framework to address several application development challenges, including lengthy development periods, the difficulty of updating programs rapidly, the high total cost of ownership of software, and simplicity of deployment.Read More

Randall Vincent 2017-07-11
img

Microsoft said Tuesday that it was ending support for Windows Phone 8.1, one of the more notable updates to its troubled mobile operating system.

The writing has been on the wall for a while for Windows Phone, which hasn't gotten a meaningful update or any new products in two years.

While Microsoft continues to support the successor to 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, the move marks another sad chapter in the company's desperate struggle to gain relevancy in the smartphone market at a time when iPhones and phones running on Google's Android software dominate the world.

Windows Phone 8.1 was the fourth iteration of the mobile operating system and introduced the Cortana digital assistant to the phone.

High-end devices like the Lumia 930 sported the new software, and companies like HTC, Acer and Alcatel offered products using the platform.

But there was a lack of app support for phones running on the OS, which offered a unique tile-based user interface similar to the PC version of Windows, and consumers weren't interested either.

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-12-22
img

One of the more exciting things about following the tech world is that its nearly impossible to predict where things are headed.

Sure, we know that 2017 will usher in more powerful smartphones and endless stream of Internet connected devices, but attempting to anticipate, in a broad sense, how current technologies will evolve and which new technologies will soon take the world by storm is nothing short of a fool s errand.

Looking back, it s always funny to take stock of which tech predictions happened to miss the mark by a mile.

Whether it s John C. Dvorak in 2007 predicting that the iPhone was going to be a flop and that Apple should pull the plug to IDC s bizarre 2011 projection that Microsoft s Windows Phone would have a nearly 20% share of the global smartphone market by 2015, the tech world is predictably unpredictable.

Having said that, I recently stumbled across what might very well be the worst tech prediction of all time.

While some old predictions, such as Ken Olsen s famous 1977 statement that there is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home can be excused given the state of technology at the time, it s much harder to forgive what MIT Economics Professor and current New York Times columnist Paul Krugman said about the future of the Internet back in 1998.

James Farr 2017-07-11
img

Tuesday's monthly software update release marked the official end of support for Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft's last release under the Windows Phone moniker.

This means an end to patches and technical support.

"There will be no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates," Microsoft says of the designation.

Those with a supported device (Lumia 1520, Lumia 830, Lumia 735, Lumia 640 XL, Lumia 640, Lumia 535) can upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile, which Microsoft has assured us will not be going away anywhere any time soon.

The end of Windows Phone support will not exactly shake the smartphone world.

According to IDC, Windows-equipped handsets made up roughly one tenth of one per cent of new phone shipments last quarter, and NetMarketShare similarly puts its use under the one per cent mark.

George Starling 2017-07-12

Microsoft has killed off support for Windows Phone 8.1, spelling the end for the troubled smartphone OS.

The move is good news for both iOS and Android, enabling them to bolster their already dominant position among smartphone platforms.

In October 2016, Microsoft published a list of products that it would be discontinuing support for in 2017, comprising four waves of cuts in January, April, July and October.

The distinctive tile-based OS, first launched as Windows Phone 7 in 2010, struggled to compete with rivals iOS and Android.

And while the Windows Phone-powered Lumia phones garnered respectable reviews, partly thanks to their distinctively bright designs, they never quite reached the levels of popularity achieved by the iPhone and top-tier Android phones from the likes of Samsung.

This is essentially a version of its desktop Windows 10 software specifically designed for use on smartphones and tablets.

Bill Davis 2018-02-20
img

Smartphones running Windows Phone 7.5 or Windows 8 are no longer getting push notifications, after Microsoft announced it's pulled support.

Windows Phone 8.1 will work as usual "at this time," and the current Windows 10 Mobile is still fully supported.

However, Microsoft has said that Windows 10 Mobile is no longer a focus, and users shouldn't expect new features or hardware.

On Monday, Microsoft announced in a blog post that any phone running the older Windows Phone 7.5 or 8 operating systems will no longer receive push notifications.

Plus, the "Find my phone" function on those operating systems will no longer work, either.

This isn't necessarily going to affect a whole lot of users: Windows Phone 7.5 was first released in 2011, and Windows Phone 8 dropped in 2012.

Julie Romero 2017-12-27
img

WhatsApp announces it is pulling the plug on Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry OS

WhatsApp is officially pulling the plug on Windows Phone 8.0 (and older) and BlackBerry OS, at the end of this year.

With less than a week to go, the Facebook-owned unit announced it would cease support for its app on these platforms from 31 December 2017.

However users should still be able to use WhatsApp on these platforms after the cut-off date.

It comes after WhatsApp had in January 2017 granted a temporary stay of execution for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60, Android 2.1 and 2.2, Windows Phone 7 and the iPhone 3GS and iOS 6 smartphones.

But now in its FAQ post, WhatsApp explained that currently Android versions older than 2.3.3; Windows Phone 7; iPhone 3GS/iOS 6; and Nokia Symbian S60 are no longer supported.

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Hospedaje de correo electronicoCorreo electrónico empresarial 100% disponible Garantizado con Herramientas de administración, protección y control. Buzones de 5 y 25 GB.  Disponibilidad garantizadaBusiness Mail te acompaña a donde vayas manteniéndote conectado ya sea desde internet (vía webmail), con un dispositivo móvil (iOS, Android Windows Phone) o desde tu computadora (Outlook, Mail, Thunderbird). Además con Business Mail tendrás tu correo disponible todo el tiempo, o te devolvemos tu dinero. Soporte personalizado de primeraTe ofrecemos una amplia gama de herramientas para ayudarte a alcanzar el potencial de tu empresa, con la certeza de que siempre habrá un experto dispuesto a asesorarte con la calidez y eficacia que nos caracteriza.
Itechbrand 2021-10-26

https://itechbrand.com/how-to-add-websites-to-the-home-screen-on-any-smartphone-or-tablet/The home screen of your smartphone or tablet isn’t just for apps.

For example, you can pin your favorite websites to your home screen, no matter what platform you’re using, so you can reach them fast.Some platforms provide additional functionality.

Chrome on Android, for example, opens these websites in separate windows with no browser interface, but Windows 8 and Windows Phone give live tile updates on some websites. 

James Neely 2017-07-11
img

If you're still rocking a device on Windows Phone 8.1, you're no longer going to receive software updates.

Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows Phone 8.1, the third iteration of the company’s operating system built specifically for mobile that arrived on the scene in 2014.

As of today, it will no longer receive updates going forward, according to Microsoft’s support site.

Every year it seems another aspect of Windows Phone is quietly killed off, and this news leaves only Windows 10 as the remaining active platform for the few handsets capable of running it.

About this time last year, Microsoft heavily scaled back its mobile group by roughly 1,850 jobs.

The bulk of the cuts came to those at the division’s headquarters in Espoo, Finland.

Edmond Mccolpin 2017-07-12
img

I turned right around and asked my colleagues for help.

I wanted to know what tech-savvy people recommend to someone outside that bubble of experience who just wants something that’s cheap and works.

While he could put up with it, the Windows phone is dying and fast, and support was lacking long before it was officially cut off.

The proverbial straw that snapped the camel’s back was the fact he couldn’t update mobile Skype on his dinosaur of a phone.

I may despise the new Skype update, but the fact remains it’s been our primary source of communication for two years (we’re long distance).

Mike told me he wanted to get a new phone, preferably for a low price as he is a human being who needs to spend money on other luxuries such as food and rent.

Edward Lambert 2017-10-09
img

This week Microsoft put the final nail in the Windows Phone’s coffin, officially conceding the mobile marketplace to Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android.

It’s a big move, and there are sure to be some Windows Phone die-hards out there who will lament the loss of their favored mobile operating system but it wasn’t a total shock.

Windows Phone is dead, but was it ever a real competitor to iOS and Android?

— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) October 9, 2017

Microsoft has gradually pivoted away from Windows Phone, leaning hard toward VR and its Surface lineup while once-proud flagships like the Nokia Lumia are left by the wayside, forgotten.

— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) October 9, 2017

Jeff Lusk 2018-08-20
img

Goodbye Windows Phone, it's almost too painful to watch you go.

Last year Microsoft admitted that it was no longer releasing new hardware and features for its Windows Phone OS.

With that death sentence, Microsoft has been slowly leading Windows Phone to its demise since.

Now, Microsoft says that it'll stop accepting new app submissions for Windows Phone 8.x or earlier on Oct. 31, 2018.

Then on July 1, 2019 Microsoft will stop distributing app updates to Windows Phone 8.x or earlier devices.

Microsoft says it'll continue making updates available to Windows 10 devices, but it doesn't mention Windows 10 Mobile -- the version of Windows 10 built for Windows Phones.

Michael Webster 2016-08-15
img

Microsoft reveals final resting date of native Skype client as Skype-for-the-cloud marches forward with Windows 10 Mobile

Any die hard Windows Phone users stuck on devices that can t be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile will lose support for Skype by early 2017 , according to Microsoft.

While it was public knowledge that Microsoft was phasing out support for the client on Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1, Redmond has now given a clear date in an updated version of the Skype support page.

While support will no longer be available from October 2016, the Skype app on Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 will continue to work possibly with some limitations until early 2017, when we finish moving Skype calling to the cloud see Skype blog , said Skype.

Instead, Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 users will have to use the web client if they want to use Skype.

Of course, many users can choose to upgrade their devices to Windows 10 Mobile.

Felton Woodall 2017-07-11
img

As of today, Windows Phone 8.1 is deader than dead.

You’ll probably be more surprised to learn that it wasn’t already, but they do say that fact is stranger than fiction.

Officially speaking, however, Windows Phone 8.1 only ends its mainstream support 11th July this year.

This means that, unless Microsoft relents and shows a bit of mercy, devices running on this version of Microsoft’s operating system will no longer receive updates, even critical security ones.

Windows Phone 8.1 isn’t all that bad.

Like its desktop counterpart, it attempted to fix the flaws of its predecessor, Windows Phone 7, which wasn’t a dismal failure the way Windows 8.0 was on the PC side.