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Whether you think that statement is absurd or are the happy owner of Windows Phone who knows, you should really read “Understanding Windows Phone 7: Your Complete Guide.” This manual teaches you to use the many features of Windows Phones 7 along with tips and tricks for doing just about everything. Rather than bring the axe down straightaway, Microsoft released Windows Mobile 6.5 and even announced Windows Mobile 7, but the lukewarm reaction to the former resulted in a massive rethink.

It’s the perfect way to find out how to use your Windows phone, if you already own one. This rethink of course resulted in the development of what was initially known as Windows Phone 7 Series (amended soon after following feedback), a complete departure from both Windows Mobile and any other mobile operating system on the market.

Featuring the tile-based Metro user interface, Windows Phone offers an alternative to the i Phone and Android’s rows of icons and makes performing some of the most common smartphone tasks quick, easy and satisfying.

A whole new take on mobile phone operating systems, it first appeared on devices from HTC, Samsung and LG and can now be found on the latest devices from Nokia.

It’s also a great way to decide whether you should buy a Windows Phone or not, because you’ll learn exactly what the platform can and can’t do.§1? When Windows Phone 7 was released in October 2010, it drew a lot of positive reviews and admiring glances for the user interface… Microsoft realised that they were so far behind Android and i Phone that they opted to release their new mobile operating system early, a potentially dangerous move.

Thanks to this support and a loyal community of developers, the platform managed to last a little longer than it might have otherwise.

Appendix After years of struggling to provide an operating system for smartphone users, Microsoft blasted back into the market in 2010 with Windows Phone.

First of all: several finger gestures are required.This hint prompts the user to swipe their thumb or finger from right to left to bring the next screen of the horizontally panning layout into view.