Before there was Windows Mobile Windows Phone, now turns the old designation back with Windows 10.
The mobile site has covered mobile related news dating back to the days where the SPV phones drove with the Windows Mobile 2002 operating system.
My first was a SPV E200 smartphone with Windows Mobile 2003 and at that time I had an incredibly great fondness for the ‘Mobile-branded’ operating system. It was allowed to live up to the Windows Mobile 6.5 and Microsoft changed its name to Windows Phone 7.Today called it Windows Phone 8 and 8.1, but Microsoft has now chosen to revive the old Mobile brand in the upcoming version of Windows 10.
In a blog post from Microsoft shows that nothing less than 7 versions of Windows 10, one of these is called Windows 10 Mobile. Windows 10 Mobile is optimized for mobiles and tablets and you get access to a version of Office that is optimized for touch screens.
There is also a Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise which is, of course, to commercial customers and offering improved device handling and safety.
The other five Windows versions will be called Windows 10 Home, Windows, Windows Pro 10 10 10 Education Enterprise, Windows and Windows 10 IoT Core.
Microsoft tells also that the number of people who are testing Windows 10 has risen to 3.9 million, and that they keep the timetable to launch the operating system this summer.