Microsoft’s new Windows 10 platform launches later this month, the new software will come with regular updates and the Windows 10 Home version will get the updates installed automatically.
The Automatic updates to Windows 10 Home will be mandatory, this was revealed in the terms and conditions of the software, and re/code received a statement from Microsoft about the updates.
The license terms for Windows 10 require Automatic Updates be enabled as a part of keeping our customers secure and delivering Windows as a service,” the company said in a statement to Re/code.
Things will be different for business users of Windows 10, who will have the option to turn off the automatic updates.
Microsoft is obviously looking to ensure that Window 10 remains secure and that users get updated to the latest version of the software automatically. The updates to the software will apparently be more frequent than in past versions of Windows.
Window 10 launches on the 29th of July, the software will be available for free to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users.
Source re/codeFiled Under: Technology News