By By Paul Thurrott | Updated May 12, 2019 10:17am EDT Windows 10, Microsoft’s mobile operating system, has arrived.
The update, which goes live today, adds the ability to use the phone as a virtual desktop, making it possible to run Windows applications on a PC or laptop.
It also makes it possible for Windows 10 to connect to a PC and run on it, and it gives users the ability on the phone to launch the new version of Microsoft’s operating system from the Start menu.
The update comes with a few new features, including the ability for users to customize their homescreens with their own images.
Windows 10 Mobile also makes a big deal of privacy, with a “do not track” option in the settings menu.
Users can choose to have the phone block websites that track their location.
Microsoft’s new update also adds support for the company’s cloud services, such as OneDrive.
Users of the Windows 10 mobile operating OS can use their phones as a cloud storage service.
Users also get the ability in the Settings app to turn on Cortana, a voice-activated assistant.
To make the most of the new features and the cloud services that will be available in Windows for Windows, Microsoft also launched a new Windows 10 app called “Windows Insider Preview.”
It lets users get a preview of Windows 10 for their phones.
The app can help you get started with the new operating system and customize the look and feel of the phone.
This is Microsoft’s first major update to Windows 10.
The company has released more than 700 Windows 10 updates since its launch last year.
It’s not clear when Microsoft plans to launch a new version for smartphones, but the company has been making updates to Windows for smartphones in recent months.