Thursday, April 20, 2017

Microsoft commits to major Windows 10 releases every 6 months

Get ready to receive major Windows updates faster than ever. Just a few weeks after shipping the Creators Update, Microsoft says it now plans on releasing new versions of Windows in a “predictable twice-per-year” pattern: once in March, and once in September. The announcement came quietly packaged with a blog post on Office 365 ProPlus – basically, Windows 10 update will align with Office’s enterprise apps now. It seems the change was mainly made to appease enterprise customers who may not be so happy with Windows 10 getting a big feature update at seemingly arbitrary dates. A six month schedule at…

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