As it stands, Microsoft’s mobile operating system is called Windows Phone. However with the release of Windows 10, that will change as it will soon be known as Windows 10 Mobile. This is why it does not really come as a surprise to learn that Microsoft has recently announced some changes they are making to their support system on Twitter.
According to Microsoft, they will soon be shutting down their @WinPhoneSupport Twitter account. Instead, they will be making a move to @LumiaHelp. If you are a Windows Phone user and you plan on using the platform for the foreseeable future, then you might want to take note of this as this is where Microsoft will be attending to questions about the platform.
Now it has been asked by several users what does this mean for non-Lumia owners? After all Lumia is now a brand owned by Microsoft and used to denote their mobile offerings, like how Samsung has their “Galaxy” brand for smartphones and tablets. Thankfully that won’t change as Microsoft has acknowledged that they will keep supporting non-Lumia devices as well.
So if you have still been following @WinPhoneSupport, perhaps it’s time to make the jump to @LumiaHelp to help ease yourself into the flow of things.