Microsoft has released a new version of its Windows 10 operating system, bringing an end to its long-standing tradition of security updates that were supposed to be rolling out on a monthly basis.
The latest update, for Windows 10 Anniversary Update, is the latest security update to be rolled out since the company began to roll out Windows 10 in March 2017.
The software giant has been rolling out Windows updates to the Windows 10 platform since it launched in September 2016, and it will be the first time that the company has released new security updates since the October 2018 update that brought Windows 10 Mobile to Windows 10.
But with Microsoft’s recent announcement that it would end its long standing support of security-critical software updates, it is clear that the security issues around those security patches have become increasingly serious.
Microsoft has been using security updates for years to fix bugs in its Windows operating system.
In January, Microsoft announced that it was ending support for security-related updates for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, but it has continued to release security updates to fix flaws in the latest versions of those operating systems.
Windows 10 was originally launched with an upgrade to Windows 8 that allowed users to install Microsoft Office 2010 on new PCs.
The new update to the OS is the first major update to come from Microsoft since the end of the Microsoft-Apple merger, which gave the company the power to control its own hardware and software.
Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 will be rolling back the security fixes to the last version of Windows that they were released in 2019.
In a blog post announcing the update, Microsoft said that the “update does not have the same impact on your current Windows 10 installation as previous updates did, and that it will not affect the way you access or manage your Microsoft Account.
However, you will notice some small changes, like the fact that you can no longer view the taskbar, and some minor bugs that may affect the stability of your Windows 10 computer will be fixed.”
Microsoft said it will continue to roll updates out to its operating systems for “many years to come.”
Microsoft says it has rolled out security updates in an “unusual, gradual way.”
For example, the company rolled out the latest update to its Windows Phone operating system in November, 2017, and the next update to Windows was rolled out in November 2018.
Microsoft says that this “unusually gradual” process of rolling out security-sensitive updates is not something that is expected to change anytime soon.
Microsoft’s announcement about ending its longstanding support for Microsoft Office updates was made on Twitter by the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Brad Smith.
“The recent announcement by Microsoft that it is ending its support of Microsoft Office security updates is a welcome change, and is consistent with Microsoft and our long-term commitment to security,” Smith wrote.
“We know that you are excited about the future of Windows 10 and we want to keep improving security on our platform so that it can be a safe, secure and reliable environment for everyone.”
Microsoft has continued rolling out updates to Windows for years.
Last year, Microsoft rolled out a major update that included new features to Windows Defender, a piece of software that helps protect users from malicious software and data theft.
This year, the latest Windows 10 upgrade included new security features for Office 365, the Microsoft cloud-based file-hosting service.
Microsoft is also rolling out an upgrade for Office Online to Windows.
“Microsoft is committed to delivering the best possible Windows experience to every Windows 10 user, including security updates and Office 365 updates, as well as Office Online updates and other Office services,” Smith added.
“While Microsoft will continue rolling out a variety of security and stability updates for Office, we want our customers to have the best experience with their Office 365 and other services, as the company continues to deliver the best-in-class security experiences to them.”
Microsoft also announced that Office for iPad will be getting a major security update in the next few weeks.
“With Office for iOS, we’re continuing to make the most of the powerful new capabilities in iOS, and are making significant improvements to improve the security and performance of the apps we provide for the iPad,” Smith said in a blog posting.
“These updates should improve security in the iOS App Store, and we will continue working with our partners to deliver them as soon as possible.”
Microsoft’s update to Office for Mac is also a major release for the company, bringing a new security feature that can be used to remotely monitor file activity on the user’s computer.
The update to Microsoft’s Word is expected later this month.
The company has been a long-time supporter of software updates for its Windows platform, and a lot of people expected Microsoft to roll back its security updates with the upcoming Windows 10 anniversary update.
The recent announcement from Microsoft that they would stop rolling out Microsoft Office Security Updates for Windows was a surprise for many people.
It seems like Microsoft has decided to continue rolling Windows updates for a while, which has been an important step in the direction of Windows operating systems being more secure