LinkedIn App for Windows 10 Now Available (PC Only)

A leaked Build showing Multitasking on Lumia 930

A glimpse of what LinkedIn's app for Windows 10 looks like.

Acer confirms that Intel Clover Trail processors are not now supported in Windows 10 Creators Update, but states that "Microsoft is working with us to help provide compatible drivers to address this incompatibility".

This is without a doubt, this could only cause more confusion among users, especially because in some parts of the world, like the southern hemisphere, the Redstone 3 update would see daylight during the spring.

The Creators Update rollout is continuing at a glacial pace, with most Windows 10 users yet to be offered it.

"With Windows 10 Action Centre, LinkedIn for Windows 10 delivers real-time professional updates, including new messages, insights on who's viewed your profile, trending news in your industry and other timely highlights on your professional network", Alvarez said. The interface will be immediately familiar to LinkedIn users since the app just surfaces the website's content. LinkedIn has focused on adding support for native Windows 10 features such as Live Tiles and notifications that keep you up-to-date on the activities of your contacts.

As of September, Microsoft will give users interested in buying Windows 10 Enterprise as a subscription a variety of options for virtualization. The company's statement at the time said that Microsoft's efforts were instead focused on building out the new LinkedIn desktop app, which would arrive this summer - as it has today.

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 list of apps that can be downloaded on Surface Dial are available and users can check the list by clicking this link.

The app will launch in 22 languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (simplified), Arabic, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Swedish, Chinese (traditional), Czech, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, Romanian).

Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for $26.2B a year ago when the site had about 400M users.

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