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A new cumulative update is now rolling out to supported Windows Phones with unknown improvements or fixes. The May 2019 cumulative update brings Windows 10 Mobile Build 15254.566 to Fall Creators Update branch and Windows 10 Mobile Build 15063.1805 to the original Creators Update.

Microsoft hasn’t revealed what has improved or fixed in this release, but it is likely to be the usual security fixes. The update may include security fixes for Microsoft Edge, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Kernel, Windows App Platform and Frameworks and Microsoft Graphics Component.

As mentioned, the Fall Creators Update is receiving Build 15254.566 (up from Build 15254.562. On the other hand, Creators Update is getting Build 15063.1805 (up from Build 15063.1747).

Apps to go dark as Windows Phone’s end approaches

In related news, Facebook recently announced that WhatsApp for Windows phones is set to go dark as well after Instagram and Messenger.

WhatsApp has confirmed that its Windows Phones app will be discontinued on December 31.

Like Microsoft, WhatsApp also recommends users to switch to a supported operating system for continued support.

Microsoft is getting ready to pull support for Windows 10 Mobile version 1703 in June 2019 and support for the last version of the operating system will end in December 2019.

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