The Rollout of Windows 10 Mobile Creators Unveiled

There is no longer the existence of Windows 10 Mobile on the world usage map, but it does not mean that Microsoft stops updating it. After a long-awaited period, now Win 10 fans can welcome it with the name “Windows 10 Mobile Redstone 2.” With Windows 10 Mobile Creators, people are capable of creating, sharing and experiencing in 3D and mixed reality. In the meanwhile, it helps connect gamers and even supports them to become broadcasters. In other words, the first browser to bring 3D to the web is nothing but Microsoft Edge thanks to the Creators Update.

You can recognize a lot of changes on the apps and features of the OS. The “Snooze” option of Microsoft Edge will remind you of an opened tab which you have not glanced through for ages. Then, you will receive a notification from Cortana in the Action Center.

Supposing you prefer reading books on a smartphone to reading e-books, you can satisfy with direct EPUB support in the Edge browser. While to purchase the e-books, you can instantly buy from the Windows Store, but this feature is only available in the US.

Besides you can transfer many features from the PC version of the Creators update. For instance, it is possible for you to turn the Wi-Fi connection on and off at a specific moment. Also, you probably reset an app, which can come back to its initial without having to uninstall it.

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Cortana also gets better with the Creators Update. The assistant now controls playback and volume, and you can also ask it “What’s Playing” for that catchy tune on the radio. It also finally lets 3rd party alarm apps to break through.

More interestingly, the Creators Update betters Cortana because it can take control of volume and playback. Apart from that, you are let to use the 3rd party alarm apps to break through, so in case Cortana’s Quiet Hours are on, you are still alarmed. It is irrefutable that Windows 10 Mobile Redstone 2 is really a great upgrade to Microsoft’s OS. However, just a few devices can get access to it, notably Microsoft Lumia 550, Microsoft Lumia 640/640XL, Microsoft Lumia 650, Microsoft Lumia 950/950XL, HP Elite x3, and Alcatel Idol 4s.