This allows us to provide high-quality experiences for the broadest set of users, while also continually increasing the quality and security of Windows 10.
Just today we released a cumulative update based on insider and early adopter feedback that includes fixes for such issues as driver compatibility for connecting to specific printers.
Google is not the only company still releasing software which demands the old SMB v1 file sharing protocol to be available on a Windows network.
In fact, a wide variety of applications still demands this legacy protocol, which Microsoft has deprecated since 2014, and which Microsoft is disabling completely in the next version of Windows 10.
“We will start sending a notification if your device needs to be updated to the latest feature update. We will continue to evolve our approach in providing a great Windows experience.
As always, we encourage you to share your feedback as we grow and improve.” Some will argue this is Microsoft again pushing users towards software updates they may not want, however out-of-date software has been earmarked by many cyber security experts as a weak point in many hacking incidents.
As a result it will no longer receive what Microsoft calls monthly “quality” updates, which the firm says contain protection from the “latest security threats”.
Writage enables Microsoft Word to create and edit Markdown files (with .markdown or extensions). The following Markdown elements are supported: Uninstaller for Writage can be invoked via Control Panel.In the wake of a recent surge in cyber attacks, particularly malware and ransomware-based attacks, the tech giant said ensuring Windows 10 is up to date has “never been more important”.[Read more: Microsoft reveals Windows Fall Creator Update] Those users who are not running the most recent major version of the software will now begin to receive a notification reminding them of their need to update – this will be especially true of the original version of Windows 10, which Microsoft has said is now “end of service”.The next major Windows 10 upgrade – the Fall Creators Update – is due to arrive, as the name suggests, towards the end of this year. Updating your software ensures you have access to all of the latest features and security patches.