[Video Part 5] Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10549: System Apps Comparison



We are currently doing a video series which digs a bit deeper in the new version of the mobile operating system Microsoft is going to release this year. I am, of course, talking about Windows 10 Mobile which is currently available as Preview for Windows Insiders. Microsoft has made huge progress with Windows 10 Mobile and has brought up a totally overhauled and redesigned new operating system which is pretty stable already and runs very smooth now. The questions is, is it really ready for daily use on a main device? Well we have done various hands on videos of different Builds and we have also done a few speed comparisons between Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1 though this might not fully answer your question.

For that reason we have started a video series where we are comparing all system apps between Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile. There we are having a look at the design, the features and the functionality of the old and the new apps. This is the last part of the series where we are having a look at the last 3 system apps, in case you have missed the previous parts and want to have a look at one of these, just have a look at the embed list below.

In Part 1 you can see a comparison between:

  • Alarms
  • Battery Saver – Settings, Battery Saver
  • Calculator
  • Camera Button – Camera
  • Calendar

In Part 2 you can see a comparison between:

  • Data Sense – Network & Wireless, Data
  • File Explorer
  • FM Radio
  • Games – Xbox
  • Internet Explorer – Microsoft Edge

In Part 3 you can see a comparison between:

  • Maps
  • Messaging
  • Music – Groove Music
  • Outlook – Outlook Mail
  • People

In Part 4 you can see a comparison between:

  • Phone
  • Photos
  • Podcasts
  • Settings
  • Storage Sense – Settings –> System –> Storage

In Part 5 you can see a comparison between:

  • Store
  • Video – Movies & TV
  • Wallet

So what do you think of the last part of this series, do you think Microsoft has done a good job with Windows 10 Mobile? Feel free to drop me a comment below with your opinion on this and what you think about the new design language of Windows 10 Mobile. Stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.