Microsoft will offer biannual feature updates to Windows 10

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Microsoft continued: "Based on this feedback, [we are] excited to share today that we are aligning the servicing models for Windows 10, Office 365 ProPlus (with added caffeine?) and System Centre Configuration Manager for our customers, particularly those with Secure Productive Enterprise".

Microsoft released the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in August 2016, and the Creators Update made its public debut on April 11, leaving a seven-month gap between the flagship upgrades. It is not clear what Microsoft plans to introduce with the new update, which will roll out in September.

Microsoft has committed to rolling out major updates for Windows 10 according to a fixed, six-monthly schedule. In other words, what he discovered is a way to stop Microsoft's central processing unit (CPU) detection so Windows 7 or 8.1 users can still get security updates as usual.

The biggest shock till now struck last weekend when users were nowhere able to find Windows Update Adviser App on the windows store.

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Last month Microsoft announced, in part, on its support forum: "Windows 10 is the only Windows version that is supported on the following processor generations: Intel seventh (7th)-generation processors, AMD "Bristol Ridge" and Qualcomm "8996". By the time the end of Windows 7's 10 year life cycle support period arrives in January 2020, Microsoft will have almost three years of working within this new twice a year release cadence and will have the system well established.

One problem with Zeffy's patches is that they must be modified each time Microsoft changes wuaueng.dll for a month's updates, or does so on the fly after the user runs System File Checker (SFC).

The Windows 10 Creators Update, then, formed the first release under the new schedule even if that wasn't public knowledge at the time.

Windows 10 Tips is a great comprehensive guide for the new operating system users. It also means that Windows will now be on a more predictable pattern for major updates and by aligning it with Office 365 Pro Plus making it easier for companies to service. It simply disappeared into thin air, taking away with it the only official way for users running on Win 8.1 to upgrade to latest Windows10. Others can not be uninstalled this way however, and the Move apps option worked for a short period of time but has been inactive for the most part of its existence.

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