‘Windows 10 to receive first major update in November this year’

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: ‘Windows 10 to receive first major update in November this year’[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/07/myce-windows-10-here-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Windows 10 will get its first major update in November this year. The large ‘Fall Update’ will add several improvements but Microsoft will not change the name of the operating system, according to Microsoft watcher Paul Thurrott who claims to have received the information from a trusted source.

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#2

Is Microsoft really that scared of the term “Service Pack”?


#3

And the Biggest News [B]Windows 7[/B] is still kicking around :bow:

Guess Windows 10 thought it thought but thought wrong… :smiley:


#4

According to a trusted source, Microsoft will release the “Threshold 2” (TH2) release of Windows 10 in November as the Windows 10 Fall Update. And unlike the post-RTM Windows Insider builds we’ve been getting, the Fall Update will ship as a cumulative update, not as a full build.:iagree:


#5

[QUOTE=alan1476;2762449]According to a trusted source, Microsoft will release the “Threshold 2” (TH2) release of Windows 10 in November as the Windows 10 Fall Update. And unlike the post-RTM Windows Insider builds we’ve been getting, the Fall Update will ship as a cumulative update, not as a full build.:iagree:[/QUOTE]
Oh well…Windows 7 is still there and not going away anytime soon…so Windows 10 needs to live with it.


#6

I guess in not calling any cumulative update a Service Pack MS is trying circumvent their own rules about the length of the life-cycle of support.