What’s new for IT pros in Windows 10, version 1709

Windows 10, version 1709 (also known as the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update) is now available via Windows Update for Business, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), the Volume Licensing Servicing Center (VLSC), and Visual Studio Subscriptions. We have also updated the Windows Assessment and Development Kit (Windows ADK) for Windows 10 and the free, 90-day…

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New demo: Windows Analytics Update Compliance

Find out how to use Update Compliance to monitor Windows Updates, Windows Defender Antivirus and troubleshoot update failures in your environment. This new demo from Microsoft Mechanics walks you through common usage scenarios for Windows Analytics Update Compliance, a cloud-based solution that provides you with an inventory of the devices in your organization, the version…

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New update options for Windows 10, version 1703

With the release of Windows 10, we simplified the servicing process by moving to cumulative updates, where each update released contains all the new fixes for that month, as well as all the older fixes from previous months. Today, most organizations deploy these cumulative updates when they are released on the second Tuesday of every…

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What’s new for IT pros in the Windows 10 Creators Update

Windows 10, version 1703—also known as the Windows 10 Creators Update—is designed for today’s modern IT environment with new features to help IT pros more easily manage, and better protect, the devices and data in their organizations. It also provides individuals with the ability to be more productive, thanks to enhancements to Windows Ink and…

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Unified Windows update history for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7

Starting with the December 2016 Cumulative Update, we launched a unified update history for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 that provides easy access to the list of improvements and fixes included in each update as well as details on how to get the update, known issues (if any), and the complete list of affected…

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