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Microsoft confirms there will be two Windows 10 updates this year

Posted on Wednesday, February 22 2017 @ 12:56:25 CET by


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Microsoft shared a bit more details about its roadmap for Windows 10 and confirmed users can expect two major updates this year. Two years ago the software giant promised Windows 10 would see about three major updates every year but the company cut back on this "based on feedback from organizations moving to Windows 10."

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update was rolled out in August 2016, making it the only Windows 10 upgrade for the year, and sometime in March we can expect the rollout of the Windows 10 Creators Update. Microsoft program management director Bill Karagounis recently confirmed there will be a second Windows 10 upgrade this year, but he didn't go into the details:
A slide Karagounis showed during the session -- which was webcast from Microsoft's Channel 9 website -- included another upgrade this year after Creators. It lacked a release date and a more descriptive name other than "Second Update in 2017."

Not surprisingly, Karagounis said nothing specific about the second upgrade of the year, other than to point out "the two that we intend to ship in 2017" as he displayed the slide to his audience.
The slide from the presentation suggests the "Second Update in 2017" will be published towards the end of this year, perhaps in October or November. These updates are rolled out in waves, first to a small number of users so Microsoft can track and make changes if unexpected problems arise.

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