Microsoft's latest release for Windows 10 Mobile is a minor update and not a major one. With an odd name, a lack of features, and a number of improvements that most users won't even get, is there even a point to upgrading? Read on for the answer.
On April 25, Microsoft will begin rolling out its latest update for Windows 10 Mobile. The update shares the same name as its PC counterpart, the "Creators Update", which is odd considering the Windows 10 Mobile update has literally no new features for "creators." In fact, saying it has any new features worthy of note would be pushing it. Regardless, it is the latest and greatest version of Windows 10 Mobile.
The Creators Update for Mobile is the second feature update for the platform. Unlike the previous update, which most considered to be a major update, the Creators Update for Mobile is much more of a minor release, similar to how Apple will push smaller, "point updates" to its major iOS releases every few months. This feels like a point update, meaning a few small improvements here and there but generally nothing groundbreaking. This wasn't always going to be the case, but Microsoft's commitment to Windows 10 Mobile appears to have faded.
Without further ado, this is our Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update review.