Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t download and install Windows 10 for now
Issues and bugs are to be expected especially with new updates whether for games or OS updates and Windows 10 is not an exception to that.
Although if you are a risk taker and still want to try out the latest Windows OS for your phone, here are the things you must keep in mind before you make a snap decision of downloading the most recent update.
Here are 5 missing features of Windows 10. This can also act as a sign that you shouldn?t upgrade just yet and wait for further announcements for major/minor fixes and updates.
According to a list made by inferse?and personal usage, here are the 5 features that are missing in the Windows 10 update:
- There are quite a few features that are missing in the Messaging option of Windows 10 and they are: dual-SIM support, search, message drafts, sharing voice notes and ringtones, BI-DI language support, international assisted dialing, spam filter, viewing all group recipients, reminders and quite hours through Cortana, multiple attachments and GSM support.
- As stated on that source, the current build of Cortana is only available in English (US) while in other regions; your phone’s search button?will give you a standard search experience.
- The Accessibility feature is not yet fully functional as it is still being developed for Windows 10.
- You might get stuck in the preview of your favorite App. They are still optimizing Windows 10 for both users and developers.
- Room feature is still not available. You won?t see your chat history or even send or receive new chats from other people.
These are just the tip of the iceberg and there are a few more issues and bugs that will come out in a few more days. However, if you still want to try out this most recent update, as suggested by inferse, you should download the OS using your other phone, not the one you always use.
Have you experienced any kind of issues with your Windows 10? Share them below at the comment section.
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