What to expect from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update | ZDNet

Microsoft wants you to think of Windows 10 as a service, where new features arrive as theyre ready, and where regular updates are themselves a feature.Thats true in a sense, but Windows 10 is still Windows, a big and sprawling tangle of code that carries an implicit promise of backward compatibility. The “as a feature” part just means more frequent upgrades, which are now called “feature updates” to distinguish themselves from the cumulative monthly “quality updates.”On July 29, Windows 10 celebrates the first anniversary of its release. Four days later, on August 2, a new upgrade — sorry, I mean feature update — will begin rolling out to the 350 million or so devices already running Windows 10.

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