Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update rolls out
Despite Windows 10 mobile being one of the more irrelevant mobile operating systems at the moment, Microsoft is still dedicated to keeping it up-to-date. The update, known as Windows Mobile Redstone 2, finally started rolling out today to 13 devices. Microsoft is emphasizing the improved software’s capability “to create, share and experience in 3D and mixed reality, connect people faster to those they care about most and empower every gamer to be a broadcaster.”
There were also smaller quality of life improvements made across various apps such as a feature on Microsoft Edge to remind users of old tabs they’ve forgotten about through Cortana. E-books that use the open-source format EPUB will now be readable within the Microsoft Edge browser. The keyboard now has options to prevent autocorrection, remove a word from the user dictionary, and support text prediction for more languages.
Other features have been brought over from the PC version of the update, such as the ability to reset an app back to its original state. All users have to do is go to the advanced settings for that app, hit the “Reset” option, and that will clear the app’s cache.