Microsoft Drops Another Windows 10 Update
Earlier this week, Microsoft released a set of updates for Windows 10, the third time it has done so since the operating system formally debuted in late July. Windows 10 is the brand’s attempt to develop a single OS that can function on Windows devices of any size, or input variety.
Just like before, the update comes with minimal documentation and explanation. And, again, similar to previous instances, the updated code comes with a completely useful set of notes.
The new update seems to be cumulative updates, so if you missed round one, or two, this should get you up to speed. Here’s Microsoft’s official words on the update:
“Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously released fixes. If you have previous updates installed, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer.”
It looks like Microsoft will continue to release cumulative updates. We presume that they will shift the packages as it updates the code it initially distributes in the form of upgrades, and OEM partners; it won’t need to send out July 2015 updates forever, since, presumably, that code will eventually become standard fare. For now, you get regular doses of new, and old.
Just so you guys know, these new update packages are not new features, instead these are background fixes.
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