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Microsoft shares less information about updates Windows
Microsoft shares in the future at some updates for Windows 10 may have fewer or no meaningful information anymore. So the software at recent cumulative update does not always provide a complete description.
It is said to be specific to updates that include patches that are not relevant for the security of the operating system. In one of the latest updates to Microsoft says no more than that the software includes improvements to the operation of Windows 10. This is unusual, because usually labeled with an update in any case for which he is exactly meant and what he must improve or to be completed.
Possibly it is an incident, but several English media speculate that this is a trend. A Microsoft spokesman late in a statement to The Register that only information is released in a so-called KB article if the update is ‘relevant’ or brings new functionality to the operating system. He thus leaves the option open indeed that not every update deserves a detailed description.
The relevant update that contains ‘too little’ information is KB3081438. The update contains according to Microsoft’s enhancements to the functionality of Windows 10. Remarkably, the cumulative update three days later than appeared another cumulative update KB3081436, which still have all the details were mentioned.Viewing:-146
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