Windows 10 Updates without Carriers
Microsoft made another first in the history of computer technology when Windows 10 mobile updates and Windows OS had been subjected to a challenging global testing. During the testing, Windows was transformed into a Service WaaS model. From the habitual synchronisation of the cumulative Operating System updates between a mobile phone and a desktop computer, carriers may be placed on the sidelines if this project is further developed in the future.
The main factor of this development was the release of Windows 10 mobile build 10586.29 to various models of Lumia like Lumia 950, 550 and a Lumia 950 XL. Although this newest update has no exciting features to brag about, there are other things that will make a user be more dynamic and aggressive in performing tasks within the day.
It is nice to note that a desktop and mobile Windows 10 were subjected to updates and they do belong on the same build. On the other hand, on issues about carriers, Microsoft has this to say:
The company is closely working with mobile operators to level up their testing and flight endeavors to systematically meet and exceed, if possible, the required current quality bars. In sending updates, it will be based on the input that has been incurred from mobile operators and other Windows insiders to date.
Generally, this mechanism can even bypass carriers though some of them have been on the same predicament in the previous years. Ultimately, a single Operating System has to possess all the overlapping components for a phone and personal computers.
To wrap up, updating a Microsoft OS to be compatible with Windows 10 for mobile or personal computers is a tough act to follow. But as always, necessities like these matter in order to improve user experience. Soon enough, updates will no longer require carriers or Internet Service Providers.
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