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The Verge article The first half of 2016 was a bit of a letdown for Windows Phone users, but with the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, it seems like the second half is even worse.
The new Lumia 950 X, the biggest Windows Phone update yet, comes with some really interesting features and has made some really impressive hardware improvements.
We’ve talked about the Lumia phones in detail before, but we’ll go over the new hardware here for completeness.
The biggest change here is the removal of the traditional Windows Phone app dock.
Rather than using the traditional dock, you’ll be able to open any of the apps you want in your Dock with a simple swipe.
The Dock is now just a window with a menu of apps that you can tap to see.
This is actually pretty nice, as it gives you an easier way to switch between apps, and it makes it easier to switch back to a dock when you want to switch from one app to another.
The only real downside to this is that you’ll still have to navigate through the Dock to open the apps, but that’s hardly a deal breaker.
The Lumia 950 also comes with an overhauled Home screen, and the new Windows Phone 8 app will have a bunch of new options for managing your phone.
The redesigned home screen is actually a little more complicated than previous iterations, but it works quite well, as you can easily adjust everything from the homescreen settings to make the most of it.
The most notable new feature is the ability to choose the orientation of your home screen.
You can set it to landscape or portrait, but the rest of the home screen can also be used in landscape.
It works pretty well, and we’d recommend it.
There are also some new settings you’ll find in the new Home screen.
The first is a list of the things that you need in order to see all the notifications in your home.
You’ll see the time, the calendar, and your favorite calendar events.
The second is a slider to customize which apps show notifications, and which don’t.
These options will affect which apps you can see notifications from.
The third is a quick shortcut to launch Cortana, which can be handy for keeping tabs on important events, as well as to quickly get things done in the dark.
The fourth and final new feature in the Home screen is a new notification icon.
The icon looks like a notification on your Lock screen, but you can actually use it to open a shortcut.
If you tap the icon and then hold the Home button, a shortcut will open in your dock, allowing you to quickly access a wide range of apps from the app.
We can’t tell you if this feature is a good one or not, but I’m really digging it.
This isn’t really a big deal, and Microsoft has done a pretty good job of making it easier for users to get to the apps they want.
However, the new notification icons and shortcuts will take some getting used to.
If that’s a problem for you, the Home Screen section in the settings menu is where you can adjust these shortcuts and settings.
There’s a lot of stuff to tweak, so let’s get started.
Settings – Windows Phone Settings – New apps, changes, and improvements article In the settings, you can change the overall look of your screen, as shown in the image below.
The left and right buttons are for the various settings you can toggle, and they’re all pretty self-explanatory.
The volume slider lets you set the volume level in the app you’re using, the clock slider lets the app time show you when it’s running, and a toggle for the lock screen makes the notification center appear in the corner of your phone’s screen.
If all you’re doing is changing the app’s settings, the settings section is where all that other stuff happens.
For example, you might want to change the wallpaper.
You won’t have to worry about this, as the Settings section only changes the default wallpaper that’s displayed in the notification bar.
This means that you don’t have any customization options.
You only have to do the simple things that make the phone look better: change the color of the wallpaper, adjust the background color, and so on.
To set a custom wallpaper, you need only tap the “Wallpaper” button on the bottom of the app, and choose your own color.
For more on the Settings app, check out our review of the Windows Phone Store.
If your wallpaper looks too white, you may want to adjust the color to something that matches the background.
For Windows Phone apps, this is just a matter of adjusting the background colors and the color in the App Drawer, so make sure to make these changes.
The Settings menu in the left-hand corner lets you adjust the brightness of the notification area, as seen in the images below.
In the image above, you have two options for the notification light: the “Standard