LinkedIn app launches on Windows 10

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The move earned a lot of goodwill from analysts and customers alike, and helped push its latest OS - including its new voice assistant, Cortana - out to many more devices.

"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.

The app, which will be available in the Windows Store by the end of July for all, is for PCs and tablets only, not Windows Phones. According to one user who replied to the main thread, the Creators Update doesn't support the following CPUs: Intel Atom Z2760, Atom Z2520, Atom Z2560, and Atom Z2580.

LinkedIn is today launching its official desktop application for Windows 10, allowing the Microsoft-owned professional social networking service to be more deeply integrated into the operating system through features like the Windows 10 Start Menu, a pinnable Live Tile, and Action Center notifications. An HP Envy X2, for instance, renders the same message upon installing the Windows 10 Creators Update. Year-to-date, MSFT has gained 18.51%, versus a 10.87% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period. Here's what you need to know about the error, which affects early 2-in-1 PCs powered by Intel's Clover Trail processors.

Users who are registered with a corporate Active Directory credential can download Windows Server Insider Preview Build 16237. If the time passes, Microsoft may not provide a fix to the problem, rendering the PCs a potential security risk. Microsoft itself hasn't confirmed the compatibility issues in its support documents.

The Clover Trail-powered Asus VivoTab. As such, they were eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 10 when it launched. That essentially means that some of those devices will have only lasted up to three years before losing support for Windows 10 updates.

Another moaned: "Really? could not check that first? and why doesnt say processor not supported? so amateur. and worse, the creator suggestion came from Windows update". Not all features in an update will work on all devices.

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