Windows 10: Curious about patch tuesday and how it affects Windows 10

  1.    04 Nov 2015 #1

    Curious about patch tuesday and how it affects Windows 10


    I know MS doesn't really follow the patch Tuesday routine with Windows 10 as it does earlier OS versions. However with next week being patch Tuesday on my Windows 7 machine I just wondered how it affects Windows 10. Does Windows 10 typically still receive a whole glut of updates on the second Tuesday of every month ontop of the little releases during a month.
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  2.    04 Nov 2015 #2

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    I know MS doesn't really follow the patch Tuesday routine with Windows 10 as it does earlier OS versions. However with next week being patch Tuesday on my Windows 7 machine I just wondered how it affects Windows 10. Does Windows 10 typically still receive a whole glut of updates on the second Tuesday of every month ontop of the little releases during a month.
    Yeah, seems like it will stick around.
    Its alive! Patch Tuesday survives for Windows 10 | Computerworld

    10 will just get patches more regularly, in addition to "update Tuesday".
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       04 Nov 2015 #3

    pparks1 said: View Post
    Yeah, seems like it will stick around.
    Its alive! Patch Tuesday survives for Windows 10 | Computerworld

    10 will just get patches more regularly, in addition to "update Tuesday".
    Seems reasonable considering that some of the same patches/updates apply to 5 versions of Windows or programs.
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