If you have a Windows phone, you can take goodbye from Uber

Uber is the most important ride-sharing service across the globe, but it does not seem to work on Windows phones anymore.

The destiny of smartphones that are using a Microsoft platform seems to be sealed. It tends to be impossible to recommend such a device, no matter how inexpensive or skillful it is to capture the photo. As more and more important apps no longer work on that operating system, you’re more fine if you have an Android.

This time, Uber has come up with bad news for Windows phone lovers. This information became public about four years after the first release of Uber for Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 was released. From 2014 until now, Uber has become an actual service in various corners of the world, but the same thing can not be said about the Windows mobile phone platform.


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Microsoft will launch 5 new Windows 10 editions

Microsoft prepares major changes tagging the Windows 10 version, but also increasing the number of Windows versions available to users.

Thus, the Windows 10 Home family will be diversified with no less than 5 editions, each with different hardware requirements and addressed to specific categories of devices:• Windows 10 Entry: 25 dollars• Windows 10 Value:  45 dollars• Windows 10 Core: 65.45 dollars• Windows 10 Core +: 86.66 dollars• Windows 10 Advanced:  101 dollarsIt’s unclear how these will be different from the standard edition of Windows 10, but Microsoft’s prepared changes seem to benefit the devices with limited processing resources (tablets and low-cost laptops), while leaving enough flexibility to exploit PCs last generation to the full potential.

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Windows 10 exceeded Windows 7 in terms of market share

Launched in July 2015, Windows 10 was not immediately successful, being overshadowed by previous failures with Windows 8 and 8.1. But that did not prevent Microsoft from aggressively promoting the new operating system, including giving users the possibility to free update to Windows 10 if they had a valid Windows 7 or Windows 8 / 8.1 license.

Almost four years later, and after successive revisions that significantly improved its functionality, Windows 10 managed to equalize Windows 7 in terms of market share, but not necessarily because it would be much better than it. Rather, Windows 7 PCs end at their end-of-life, and with their replacement, most users choose to “refresh” the operating system as well.

Rather, looking as a forced march, the transition to Windows 10 is only complete at 42...

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