Microsoft kills Windows 10 support for certain PCs

Cesar Mills
July 17, 2017

Microsoft is planning to adjust the name of its Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in the United Kingdom and elsewhere to Autumn Creators Update. Users will have the ability to control which notifications appear in the Action Center.

Late past year, when Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn was finalized, CEO Satya Nadella said making available LinkedIn notifications in the Windows 10 Action Center would be one of the company's first priorities.

At the time of the acquisition, LinkedIn had over 400 million users worldwide, which makes it the largest professional social networking site in existence. Simply put, that's a lot of business-related information for Microsoft to tie into through this new, integrated desktop experience. "If you're not yet able to download the app", LinkedIn's Hermes Alvarez said, "you will soon, as it will be available to Windows 10 users in all LinkedIn markets by the end of July".

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The confusing message comes as a result of a compatibility issue between certain Intel processors (specifically, Intel's Atom Clover Trail series CPUs) and the latest version of Windows 10.

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The app will be available in 22 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (simplified), Arabic, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Swedish, Chinese (traditional), Czech, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, and Romanian.

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