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Windows 10 Could Kill Patch Tuesday Once and for All
Windows 10 is becoming a game changer for Microsoft, as it's supposed to help the company continue its domination in the desktop industry, increase its presence in the mobile world, and adjust its approach to customers on every single platform.
One of the things that Microsoft promised to greatly improve in Windows 10 is the update cadence
, pledging to release improvements for those running the new OS on their computers as soon as they are available. In other words, you won't have to wait a few months or years to get major updates for your PC, but a lot less because the company would ship them when development and testing are completed.
Microsoft's executives reiterated this plan at BUILD 2015 last week and at Ignite earlier this week, but there still are a few specifics to be disclosed here.
The biggest question concerns the updates that Microsoft is planning to ship to Windows users. Are security updates included in this new approach?
Because if they are, this change could mean the end of Patch Tuesday.