Microsoft is today rolling out new cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows operating system. The company earlier today released new updates for Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 computers. The software giant is also rolling out a new update for Windows 10 Mobile devices.
The latest cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update (feature2) comes with unknown changes and general bug fixes. It advances Windows 10 Mobile operating system to Build 15254.490.
Microsoft hasn’t published the changelog of Windows 10 Mobile Build 15254.490 yet but it appears that with today’s patch, the software giant is shipping security updates to Microsoft Edge, Windows apps and Windows graphics on mobile devices.
We assume that the build 15254.490 for Windows 10 Mobile comes with general bug fixes and it improves the overall performance.
Last year Microsoft Corporate Vice President for Windows, Joe Belfiore, said in a series of tweets that Windows 10 Mobile is no longer the company’s focus but it’ll continue to receive security updates once a month.
At that time, Belfiore said that Microsoft attempted to fix Windows Phone’s biggest problem namely the unavailability of several popular apps, but its attempts never materialised.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is rumoured to be working on a new “mobile” device codenamed Andromeda, that will launch next year with Windows Core OS, a modular version of Windows 10.