Microsoft bows its head! Win10 is no longer mandatory: moving

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Microsoft bows its head! Win10 is no longer mandatory: moving

2019-04-07 08:02:31 41 ℃

Win10 releases feature updates every six months, i.e. large iterations, and the old version also sets service time. Do you like the rhythm?

It seems that there are still some negative voices, otherwise Microsoft will not begin to consider making adjustments. According to Microsoft Blog,

Win10 users can now disable feature update push for up to 18 months, which is exactly the lifetime Microsoft has set for each version of Win10.

At the same time, disabled function updates do not affect the installation of security patches, users can still check updates to deploy.

However, near the end of the life cycle of the version used by users, Microsoft will be very "insightful" to prompt you to iterate over large versions so as not to be able to fix vulnerabilities in the future.

According to the timeline, Windows 10v1709 Home Edition and Professional Edition will be retired on April 9. <<

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