Windows Phone is a platform that Microsoft officially killed last year. Now another negative message has come – the giant disables notifications on two versions of this software.

Smartphones with Windows Phone are now an outdated one. The worst may be the owners of devices with Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0 , who, despite the lack of support from Microsoft, continued to actively use these solutions. It turns out that the giant from Redmond has now decided to disable push notifications for both of the aforementioned versions of Windows Phone. The information has already been confirmed and comes straight from Microsoft. What does this mean for hardened users of Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0? Unfortunately, nothing good. They will no longer receive notifications from any of Microsoft's services, and dynamic tiles will stop being automatically updated. The device will also no longer appear in the "Find my phone" section. Microsoft claims that the changes will not reach Windows Phone 8.1 and newer versions of this software (such as Windows 10 Mobile). It seems to me, however, an uncertain declaration that may change in the future. It is worth mentioning here that support for Windows Phone 8.1 ended in July 2017. From January, Microsoft also does not develop Windows 10 Mobile (1511). The changes take effect from February 20, 2018 . This means that for many recent users of the Windows Phone 7.5 and 8.0 platforms, there is no last ringtone to think about newer software or hardware. Source: Microsoft