Five suggested fixes for Windows Phone 7.5

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Even with all the fixes, updates and additions made to Windows Phone by Mango, there's still a lot of work to be going on with for the next update. Everyone has their own thoughts on what needs to be at the top of the list, including Laptop Mag, who've posted their top five thinks to look at. Do you agree with them?

...based on our reviews of the first Windows Phone 7.5 devices, I’d say the company is off to a good start... However, now that I’m spending a lot more time with Windows Phones, there are some definite drawbacks–some that could be fixed overnight and some that will take more time to address.

Of course it's not as easy as just setting up someone to do a code change, it needs to be exhaustively tested both by Microsoft, the handset manufacturers, the networks, and safely rolled out, so it's likely that unless there is a show stopper of huge proportions, most changes will wait until a NoDo style point release rather than trickle out. But there are some areas that can be addressed right now, including the suggestion of some more free eye candy games in the Marketplace (not that we don't like Minesweeper, but it's a bit... retro...).

So, as the weekend approaches, let's hand you all a magic wand and let you tweak one thing in Windows Phone. What would it be?

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Source / Credit: Laptop Mag