Windows 10 is coming with a series of updates to its software and, for a long time, Microsoft has preferred a rather discreet approach about what is inside the collective roll out upgrades that it has offered to discharge editions of its Windows 10 operating system.
The company has even offered to all Windows Insider testers fairly comprehensive details about what damaging effects these developments would possibly have on the computers. With the new upgrade that Microsoft launched this week, the two parts have equivalent elements.
Microsoft now offers a change log of what every Windows 10 enhancement delivers via the recent Update History web site. The software creator is dedicated to all clients and makes an effort to add their reviews, both when it provides the Windows OS as a platform and the information they give about the new Windows 10, as the organization’s representatives have written on the official site.
As a reaction to these reviews, Microsoft is providing additional details about all Windows 10 improvements sent via Windows Update. The company said that it is currently giving these Microsoft Windows upgrades on two separate channels: the version 10240 which the organization released the Windows 10 OS with.
Along with it came the 10586 build, the latter being the “Threshold” launch that most customers have moved to. People who have purchased or certified Business and Education editions of MS Windows 10 are allowed to maintain the older edition 10240, for up to a decade for some clients.
The terminology Microsoft has utilized to describe the launches for those developments has been quite vague. For instance, Microsoft’s assistance website for it said that it barely improves the 1511 build. Among others, the new update:
- Repairs problems with authentication, upgrade and OS set up;
- Fixes a problem with the Edge web browser caching URLs while utilizing InPrivate browsing.
- Repairs an element that did not allow multiple installations of applications from Windows Store or upgrades provided by Windows Update.
The organization already has serious problem with many clients who are constantly worried that the system is collecting all their private data for some dubious objective. Fear aside, everyone can now appreciate the increased transparency when it comes to security matters.
But it is also good to know that the company exposed exactly what issues the roll up repairs. This brings a mutual beneficial circle by encouraging customers to review certain bugs that Microsoft can then recognize by solving them. This is the mind-set that built a good reputation for the company during the growth steps of its Windows 10 and could certainly offer advantages again during the post-release phase.
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