According tomedia reports, Windows 10 Mobile system has been a dead platform for years, And Microsoft itself recommends that users try Android iOS because its service is regularly updated. On December 10, local time, Microsoft released a final cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile and confirmed that it will no longer provide support in the future.
Windows 10 Mobile has officially ended its life cycle and is no longer supported, but surprisingly, the software manufacturer decided to extend the life cycle of Windows 10 Mobile by one month.
On Friday, Microsoft announced that it would extend windows 10 Mobile support by about 30 days. It is reported that Microsoft’s mobile operating system was originally scheduled to stop “security support” on December 10, 2019.
According to the latest documentation, Microsoft now plans to end its support for Windows 10 Mobile on January 14, 2020. After January, Microsoft will no longer release a security patch for Windows 10 Mobile, which could pose security and other issues for users who are still using the operating system after system support expires.
It is not known why Microsoft is expanding this support, but the move appears to link the end of Windows 10 Mobile’s life cycle to Windows 7’s SP1 EOL date.
A one-month extension is good news for windows 10 Mobile users, but it’s unclear whether there will be another cumulative update in January.