Windows Updates will now be released on a bi-annual basis Microsoft have revealed. The first of these updates, knowns as Windows Creator, has been released and many of you will have downloaded it already.
But going forward, the software giant, will release only two major updates per year, the next release is due in March. Each release, will be supported for 18 months only.
Rumours have been rife with regards to Windows 10 being the final instalment in the Windows family but that remains to be seen.
Future developments of Windows are already in progress, with the next update bringing new features. One will allegedly prevent apps running in the background from depleting your battery.
It goes without saying that there will be other updates for security patches for instance but other than that, users will endure the dreaded updates in March and September each year.