A few years back, Microsoft released its Windows 10 version and ever since people have been all praised with its performance and reliability.
Though, the software updates can be annoying sometimes for the users, but, it functionality and reliability is better than dealing with other versions like mobile-centric Windows 8.
Microsoft has stopped developing features for Windows 10 mobile, though, its mobile platform is still getting more security patches than the majority of Android devices. Windows 10 Mobile Build 15254.530 is rolling out via Windows Update and as you might have guessed already, it comes with minor improvements and fixes.
Even with successful operating software in the market, Microsoft is still doing its best to keep existing Windows 7 users happy, even though it should be asking them to upgrade to Windows 10 as early as possible.
The company has reportedly announced that Windows 7 professional and regular version users can continue doing so, at least for another five years, i.e. 2023.