Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update Will Help You Save The Battery On Your Device
In the last version of the Windows 10 Mobile and PC Anniversary Update, we’ve noticed that the settings panel for the battery saver has been redesigned. At the same time, Microsoft has added a new feature which not many have noticed.
It seems that when the battery of your Windows 10 mobile device gets to “critic” level, the battery saver application is automatically launched and it slows the drains. If the user doesn’t configure the battery saver mode, the mentioned feature will kick in when the battery falls below 10% and it will suggest the user to head to the device’s Settings and configure this mode. In addition, the Windows 10 Anniversary Build comes with an alert box that will pop-up and will allow users to turn on the battery saver feature with ease.
We have to agree that this new feature doesn’t bring a big change to the operating system, but we have to admit that this kind of feature was necessary, because, after all, a “dead” mobile device is a useless device. Unfortunately, this new feature didn’t make its way to laptops and tablets, but we’re pretty sure that it will be released for these devices in the upcoming builds.
At the same time, more new features and updates are expected to be released in the upcoming builds of this Windows 10 Mobile anniversary update. Unfortunately, Microsoft doesn’t want to reveal all the upcoming features that this operating system will receive.
Windows 10 was released on July 29 and it arrived with major changes: Microsoft has brought back the Start Menu button and introduced a new web browser called Edge, which includes Cortana integration. Windows 10 Mobile came installed on Microsoft’s new Lumia 950 and 950 XL smartphones and now it’s rolling out to other Lumia models.
Have you tested the latest Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update? Tell us your thoughts about it!