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Microsoft issued the first major update to Windows 10 system
The company launched Microsoft officially, on Thursday, November 12, the first major update to Major system Windows 10 and which carries the number Build 10586.
The new update is known as the “updated November” November Update or Threshold 2 as the name Ramzi within the company, and is the first major update to the system after a series of cumulative updates that were aimed at solving the problems that exist in the first version of Windows 10.
The new update and carry some of the new features of the Personal Assistant Kortana, browser and EDGE, as well as improvements to the facades and shop-oriented programs to work 10 Store For Windows Business.
And it promised to Microsoft previously to provide a system to protect corporate data, but it did not include it in the new update yet, which makes systems within companies managers are reluctant before the adoption of Windows 10 , even though Microsoft’s statement in which it requested from the companies install the new version with the number 10586.
When you upgrade from Windows 7.8 or 8.1 user will get the version with the main update, as well as is the case when you install a new version of Windows 10, where the user will not need to install a previous cumulative updates, as was the case prior to the November update.
It uses Windows 10 to more than 110 million devices around the world, 12 million of them inside the companies, but Microsoft hopes to get more users within the business sector and is working to provide features such as data protection, and a special shop for business applications.
Microsoft and became, after the issuance of Threshold 2, use the same kernel and Windows 10 computers, smart phones, and the Xbox platform, and the system of Internet of Things IoT.
It is noteworthy that some Windows 10 system users have complained about the many problems after installing the latest security update, which led to the suspension Outlook application from work as users posted on social networks.Viewing:-104
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