LinkedIn's new Windows app integrates directly with Windows 10

Postado Julho 17, 2017

According to the report, users trying to install the update on Atom Clover Trail PCs are met with an error message that confusingly states "Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC".

Windows 10 on an easel. In contrast, it's easy to know that Version 1703 is installed because Windows' System properties and the winver program both tell you. Microsoft did say at Build earlier this year that the company was planning to use the Fall Creators Update branding everywhere, but it's clear that some feedback (angry Brits) has altered that plan.

"The LinkedIn app for Windows 10 also gives you full control over the types of updates that you'd like to hear about", Alvarez said.

A number of two-in-one devices upgraded free to Windows 10 less than two years ago have had support stopped and won't be able to install further Windows 10 updates.

"Microsoft is working with us to help provide compatible drivers to address this incompatibility".

Then again, that was said in April, and now it's July with nary a peep from Microsoft. Microsoft will be dropping the Windows Phone version of the LinkedIn app and is advising those affected to use its mobile Web site, instead.

Clover Trail-based Atom processors have been around since 2012, when we took a look at the Samsung ATIV Smart PC 500T1C tablet, which featured an Atom Z2760.

The new app rolls out on the Windows Store today and will be available in all LinkedIn markets by the end of this month. Microsoft itself hasn't confirmed the compatibility issues in its support documents. If worse comes to worse, you'll probably want to pick up a new laptop.

Some PC users have discovered something alarming with their Windows 10 operating system.

This debacle shines a light on an unclear clause in Windows 10's support policy.

What the heck does that mean?

The change was first reported by Windows Central and it can be seen on regional Microsoft pages. Well, kind of. Not really.

The features that are being previewed in this Insider build of Windows Server today will all be rolled in to Windows Server's "Semi-annual Channel". Not all features in an update will work on all devices.