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. This would be a successor to the Creators Update, mostly because its launch date is projected to take place in the fall.
Although the app is not yet showing up in the Windows Store, a couple of images are provided in the announcement blog post on LinkedIn's site so we can get an idea about the app and its features. "We want to give [LinkedIn members using a web browser] more options for how they connect with their professional world, so today we're excited to share that we are starting to roll out our LinkedIn app for Windows 10", said LinkedIn. The features that Microsoft added to the app are Action Center and Live Tile support, as well as support for real-time notifications.
The new app will be good news for LinkedIn power users. The app will be available for download in the Windows Store (search for "LinkedIn app"), but if you don't see it right away, sit tight.
Users can tap into the LinkedIn app for Windows 10 by going to the Start menu and taskbar. "You can manage which updates you'd like to receive in the Action Centre directly from the Notifications tab inside the app".
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".
The new app will be available in 22 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Arabic, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Swedish, Czech, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, and Romanian. Last week, the company began emailing users to inform them that its app for Windows phones will be killed off at the end of August, advising them to access LinkedIn via the browser on their devices instead.