Windows 10 will kill off Patch Tuesday as Microsoft pushes constant stream of updates

Windows 10 will mean the death of Patch Tuesday, Microsoft executives said this week. Microsoft will not be delivering updates on a single day of the month, but as Microsoft prepares them and rolls them out. That could mean, for example, that as Microsoft evaluates and formulates a response to a so-called zero-day bug, that the patch could be in users hands almost as soon as it’s ready. Consumers will have the option to sign up for either a fast ring of security patches, where security patches are released quickly; or a more conservative slow ring.


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