Microsoft: January Windows 10 build will excite sysadmins

    Microsoft: January Windows 10 build will excite sysadmins

    Microsoft: January Windows 10 build will excite sysadmins


    Posted: 11 Dec 2014
    Microsoft will conduct a big, consumer-focussed, reveal of Windows 10's progress in January, and not long afterwards will “move conversation” to the new operating system's features for enterprise users.

    Microsoft Australia representatives today told The Reg that sysadmins and business users should therefore pay close attention to the build of Windows 10 that emerges in January, and make sure to offer feedback, because it may be the last available opportunity to influence its final form. A feature freeze is coming, we were told, ahead of a big update for developers at the time of the Build conference in late May.

    Hardware tuned to Windows 10 will then emerge around October 2015.
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    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    11 Dec 2014


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    Anyone notice this?

    There will also be quarterly updates to Windows, a feature Microsoft says will align it with Office 365.
    I am not really sure what that means for Windows. Does that mean there will be security and update each Tuesday or every 3 months? Another thing it could it mean Microsoft is releasing a new build every three month but that would be a headache for IT people.
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