There will be fewer updates for Windows 10 due to a pandemic
26.03.2020 0 Comments
Do not be surprised that there will be fewer updates.
Microsoft will stop releasing optional updates for all versions of Windows 10 from May 2020. The company will take such a step because of the pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19.
Microsoft said it was about pausing the development of optional updates to Class C and D, which contain minor changes. Instead, the company will focus on developing Class B updates with fixes for security vulnerabilities and bugs.
Updates for Windows 10 with important fixes will be released once a month. Microsoft did not specify how long the new restriction will last. Frequent updates for Windows 10 are expected to resume as the global coronavirus pandemic improves.
Earlier it became officially known that Microsoft is developing a large-scale version of Windows 10 with a redesigned design. The company showed some features of the new design in the update teaser, the release date of which was not announced.
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