Windows 10 Mobile cumulative update
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Microsoft has stopped developing features for Windows 10 Mobile but the company’s mobile platform is still getting more security patches more than the majority of Android devices.

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15254.530 is rolling out via Windows Update and as you might have guessed already, it comes with minor improvements and fixes.

Microsoft hasn’t published a proper changelog for latest Windows 10 Mobile cumulative update but build 15254.530 has addressed security vulnerabilities. You can find the changelog below:

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft scripting engine, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Media, Windows Shell, Device Guard, Windows datacenter networking, Windows kernel, Windows Hyper-V, Windows virtualization and kernel, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Windows MSXM, and Windows Server.

Windows Phone is past but the software maker is reportedly working on a dual-screen device with Windows Core OS which is supposed to be better, faster and more intuitive than ever before.

To recall, last year Microsoft’s corporate VP for Windows, Joe Belfiore confirmed in a series of tweets that Microsoft is no longer developing new features or hardware for Windows 10 Mobile.

  • Symbian_lover

    @Lumia 640 I had to uninstall the Microsoft Maps to get enough space for this update. After that re-installation of the Maps won’t start on Store.

    • Cesar

      I had to uninstall WhatsApp Beta, Outlook Mail and Calendar, Groove Music, Feedback Hub…the last three with Interops. For the 15254.538 I was thinking on OneNote and Edge too if there was not enough space for that update. But luckily for me, there was no need to uninstall those two major apps

  • Peleke

    Does anyone know how much longer (or a guess) we have to use our Windows Phones? There seems to be little info on this. I prefer my little old 640 over anything out there… don’t want to give it up until I must, but also don’t want a surprise someday it just won’t work and I’ll be without.