Microsoft ends support for Windows Phone

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Denoting a conclusion to its challenging three-year journey, Microsoft has finished all help to Windows Phone 8.1 and a large number of gadgets running on this operating system. As per a report in the Verge on Tuesday, almost 80 per cent of all Windows mobile phones are as yet running Windows Phone 7, Windows Phone 8, or Windows Phone 8.1. These handsets are presently authoritatively unsupported, and just 20 per cent of all Windows phones are running the most recent Windows 10 Mobile OS,” the report noted.
At the point when Windows Phone 8.1 refresh was declared for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, it was viewed as the company’s biggest effort to contend with the Android and iOS, yet it didn’t turn out successful.
It is supposed that Microsoft is having new Windows 10 portable handsets underway. It as of now has portable expansion of Microsoft’s desktop OS and successor to Windows Phone 8.1 as yet kicking.
While Microsoft still backings Windows 10 Mobile, it’s not clear what that help will incorporate into what’s to come. Microsoft is adding various elements to the forthcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for PCs, however the organization has not stretched out these to the portable form in testing,” the report said.

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