Microsoft to renew non-obligatory Windows 10 non-security updates from July

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Microsoft has introduced to renew non-obligatory non-security releases for Windows 10 and Windows Server subsequent month.

In March, the corporate paused these non-obligatory non-security replace releases (additionally known as ‘C’ and ‘D’ releases) for all supported variations of Windows consumer and Windows Server, to provide organisations time to deal with enterprise continuity within the face of the worldwide pandemic.

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“Based on suggestions and the continuing stabilization of enterprise continuity, we are going to resume non-obligatory releases in July of 2020 for Windows 10 and Windows Server, model 1809 and later,” Microsoft stated in an announcement late Wednesday.

“We are additionally instituting a number of modifications to simplify the replace course of and enable you to proceed to remain present with Windows 10 and Windows Server,” the corporate added.

These validated, production-quality non-obligatory releases can be now referred to as “Preview” releases for readability, and can be provided just for Windows 10 and Windows Server, model 1809 and later.

These releases will proceed to include all earlier updates to maintain customers protected and productive.


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