Microsoft has now officially announced the date for the rollout of the Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile.
From the end of April, users of Windows smartphones can update. So the update will expire.
Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update announced
Waiting for the official announcement of the Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile has finally come to an end. Microsoft makes nails with heads and has released the release for April 25th.
This will give users of Windows 10 a little earlier, but the manual update will start on April 5, the update for all users on April 11, but the owners of Windows 10 mobile smartphones will not have to wait too long.
Thus, the development of the version for Windows 10 Mobile is also almost completed, after last time quite doubtful, with which delay tactics Microsoft would like to hold this time.
Distribution may take several months
Microsoft assumes that the rollout of the Creators Update for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile will drag over months. Of course, not all users can install the update on the same day, since the servers of Microsoft would hardly be able to withstand this momentous load.
Furthermore, it depends on which country you are, which smartphone you own and whether the manufacturers and providers release the update timely.
Theoretically, Microsoft could issue the update independently to all Windows 10 mobile smartphones, but it does not, since providers always note that such problems may occur in their own network.
So if you are using a smartphone with Windows 10 Mobile, you can get an update from April 25th. As with the PC version, you should back up your data.
Although the smartphone is not reset, but something goes wrong, the data, photos and other content are lost. A backup thus makes sense.