Google News article Google announced the first update to Windows 10 on Thursday that would bring Windows 10 Mobile OS version 9976, and would also add support for “most” of the Windows 10 IoT devices.
It’s unclear what’s going to happen to Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.4 devices that will get Windows 10.
The OS version of Windows 10 was announced at Build in May and is scheduled to roll out to users starting July 20.
Windows 10 Mobile is available for the most popular IoT devices, but there are a number of non-enterprise Windows 10 devices that are not included in the OS version, like tablets and PCs.
There are other Windows 10-only devices, such as Chromebooks and IoT devices that can run Windows 10 but not have a separate app store, such the Raspberry Pi and Amazon Echo.
Microsoft announced a number Windows 10 phones and tablets in July, including the Lumia 925 and Lumia 950, as well as a Surface 2 tablet and a Surface Pro 2 laptop.
For those of you who have been following the Microsoft news feed, we’ve got the first details of the first batch of Windows PC updates.
According to Microsoft, Windows 10 updates for enterprise and personal computers will roll out over the next couple of weeks.
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