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    Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 KB4497165 update


    Earlier today, Microsoft pushed out KB4497165 for Windows 10 version 1909 and version 1903. Since security updates are mandatory in Windows 10, it’s likely that the update is already listed in your Windows Update page or you already have it installed.

    So what does it do? According to Microsoft, KB4497165 is an Intel Microcode update for Windows 10 version 1909 or version 1903.

    It was originally released in January and it appears to be rolling out again, and there’s no detailed information on why the update has been re-released. It’s possible that Microsoft hasn’t yet rewritten its documentation to cover up the new fixes or improvements included in this KB.

    Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 KB4497165 update Windows-10-KB4497165.jpg

    In the knowledge base page, Microsoft notes that users should install this particular update for select Intel processors only, but users are reporting that KB4497165 has also appeared on PCs with AMD CPU.

    If you see the update on a non-Intel PC, no action is required on your part and you can install it.

    If you have already installed the update, you don’t have to remove it. If this is done, the mysterious update will be offered again via Windows Update.

    Not everyone will see the security update. For example, if your machine hasn’t yet upgraded to the November 2019 Update/May 2019 Update, this KB doesn’t show up.

    Microsoft says that Windows 10 Microcode updates install like any other update and Windows automatically loads the updated microcode via OS Loader to patch reported vulnerability.

    May 2020 Update is around the corner


    Microsoft is also expected to begin rolling out Windows 10’s May 2020 Update between May 26 and 28. According to sources, the update will be rolled out in phases and you can download it by manually checking for updates on May 28.

    Microsoft has already made the May 2020 Update available to MSDN subscribers, which indicates that the public launch is just around the corner.

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    Microsoft Rolls Out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

    Microsoft late Tuesday rolled out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, marking 1 year in the market for the operating system, and with it, ending the Windows 10 Free Upgrade offer. The new update bears the internal version 1607, with build 14393. The update is several gigabytes in size, and effectively replaces your existing Windows 10 installation.

    The update adds new features to Windows Ink, the stylus-based live notes app; Cortana, the voice assistant, which can now be accessed right from the lock-screen, and is integrated with even more apps; and Windows Hello, the in-built biometric ID system, which has been integrated with many more third-party services, such as Dropbox; improvements to Windows Defender, the anti-malware tool; and various under-the-hood improvements that increase performance and energy-efficiency (lower battery usage).


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    Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 KB4497165 update

    Microsoft to push automatic Windows 10 upgrades in 2016

    "Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be automatically rolled out next year to all users of its older operating systems who have selected to receive updates.

    Until now, users of Windows 7 and 8 have needed to register to upgrade to Windows 10. But that's about to change: soon the OS will be listed as an 'Optional Update' and -- from 2016 -- a 'recommended' update that will automatically install itself, if users have opted to receive updates in that way.*Shadedshun :shadedshu:

    You can opt out of automatic updates to avoid this, but Microsoftsays that "we strongly discourage this in today’s connected world because of the constant risk of internet threats". You can also change your Windows Update settings to install critical updates but not recommended ones. Although it's still going to be possible to avoid installation, Microsoft seems quite determined for everyone to be using Windows 10 in near future.


    The roll-out of reserved updates was initially staggered but, according to Microsoft, now Windows "will automatically kick off the upgrade process once you have made a reservation".

    As an intermediate stage, Microsoft says that it will "soon" publish Windows 10 as an optional update, not installed by default, but accessible to all users.
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    http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive...rade-to-be-rolled-out-automatically-next-year
     
    P4-630, May 22, 2020
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