If you’re a Windows Phone stalwart, you’ll know that the only Facebook app available on the platform is the one developed by Microsoft for Facebook. That will soon change as Facebook that they’ve been working on a UWP (Universal Windows Platform) Facebook app and that the Windows 7 Professional Product Key beta version is available today.
UWP support means that Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 users on PC will both be able to enjoy the enhanced functionality of Facebook’s dedicated app. The app is still in beta, but it’s supposed windows 7 product key only to be fully functional.
Facebook says that the app is rolling out the world over and that while everyone doesn’t have access to it yet, they will eventually. If you’re really desperate and want to try the app as soon as possible, fret not, for there is a solution.
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Microsoft revealed the UK prices for Windows 10 last month, which will set customers back a hefty £99 for Windows 10 and £130 for Windows 10 Pro.
"Time is running out," announced Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President for Windows and Devices Group, "the free upgrade offer will end on July 29th and we want to make sure you don’t miss cheap windows 7 product key out."
Microsoft is aiming for one billion devices on Windows 10 within the next two years, it could struggle to maintain the same level of growth – especially when some customers are being asked to cough-up £130.
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These older Nokia Lumia phones were supposed to get this update back in the December of last year, but things were postponed for the next four months, and the update finally came out in the month of March this year.
There has been quite a controversy over this selective release as the users of other popular devices such as the Lumia 520, Lumia 1020 and Lumia 1320 are upset that their devices have not received this windows 7 product key free update. Microsoft has explained why this selective release was made in their blog, saying:
“This list includes a limited set of Windows Phone 8.1 devices and does not include some devices that are Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 Product Key currently running Windows 10 Mobile in the Windows 10 Mobile Insider program. As Windows 10 delivers significant new innovations, many older devices are not able to successfully upgrade without an impact on the customer experience. Our goal is to only offer the Windows 10 upgrade to devices that we are confident can continue to deliver a good customer experience,” the company said.