Microsoft has revealed how its new Windows 11 operating system will receive updates. There are not many differences from Windows 10 – updates will come in much the same way as before.
On the second Tuesday of every month (the so-called Patch Tuesday), Microsoft will send out security updates, they are downloaded and installed automatically, after they are installed, a restart is required, and in some cases it is impossible to turn off or restart the computer without installing them.
Microsoft also plans to release service updates in the third or fourth week of each month, which will be called C or D. Their installation is optional, the user can decide for himself whether you need to receive them so quickly or you can postpone their installation until Patch Tuesday. In addition, new Windows Defender databases and out-of-order emergency patches for dangerous security holes will continue to be released, and they can be installed as they appear without waiting for the release of cumulative updates.
Whether Microsoft will release major updates to Windows 11 twice a year (as was the case with Windows 10) or at a different frequency is still unknown.
Source: iGuides.ru by www.iguides.ru.
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