The first version of Windows 10 for phones has arrived.
Microsoft launched the first preview version of the Windows 10 for phones Thursday. The company says it is the earliest it has ever rolled out an early version of a Windows Phone update.
The first build includes may of the features Microsoft showed off at its last Windows 10 event, including interactive notifications, improved speech-to-text functionality, a revamped action center, a new photos app and more options for using custom image as the background on the Start screen (similar to the #TileArt app the company rolled out for Windows Phone 8.1 last week).
The universal Microsoft Office apps, Outlook and Skype will be coming in future builds, according to Microsoft. As with all early pre-release software, the preview version of Windows 10 isn't for everyone.