You can’t keep a good idea down.
Late last week, Microsoft released a Windows 10 version 1607 preliminary cumulative update via a new channel.
As I explained in a post about the distribution of Windows 10 update KB 3216755, a preview of the cumulative update was made available only through the Windows Update Catalog.
That way, people who wanted to test the fixes could download it manually, but regular Windows users wouldn’t be hit with an unexpected (and potentially not-fully-baked) patch.[ From Docker containers and Nano Server to software-defined storage and networking improvements, Windows Server 2016 is packed with great additions: Get the scoop on Windows Server 2016 from InfoWorld. | Stay up on key Microsoft technologies with the Windows Report newsletter. ]
Well, Microsoft has done it again.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here