The latest Windows 10 update, 7.1.5, has been released and is available for download! This update includes a number of fixes and new features that make the operating system more stable and secure. In this article we will take a look at when does 7.1.5 come out, what it includes in its release notes, how to get it on your PC or laptop if you are a non-technical user or IT professional monitoring many devices remotely – as well as some of the best reasons why you want to upgrade!
What are some reasons why you may want to upgrade to the newest operating system from Microsoft?
Users should know that if they have an older device running an earlier version of Microsoft’s desktop operating system – such as Window Vista or Window XP – then they are not eligible to receive Windows updates.
This is because Microsoft has stopped providing security and stability fixes for those systems as of April 2016, so it’s up to the user whether or not he or she wants to upgrade their device in order to continue using new features that make life easier on a daily basis like Cortana, Continuum, Virtual Desktops, etc.
What else does this update include?
This latest release includes several important changes: making some previous releases more stable when users encounter certain types of crashes; including improvements to Narrator which makes navigation through an application easier for screen reader users with less stress and frustration; allowing people who have disabled startup items (e.g., touchpad) via Windows Device Manager to successfully sign-in, and a fix that ensures that the operating system will no longer revert any app or device drivers back from Windows Embedded Standard driver state to retail driver state after a standard quality scan has been completed. The update also provides fixes for known issues in Hyper-V on the first boot/first logon being very slow, and in the Event Log service when a large log file is created.
When Does Windows Update Version 1803 Come Out?
One of the most anticipated updates from Microsoft has been pushed back yet again!
It was supposed to be released on October 17th, but it got delayed by two weeks because there were “some bugs that we need more time for fixing” according to Terry Myerson who is head of what you might call Windows Central. I am not surprised since this version is a major update with new features like Timeline which allow users to easily move between work tasks across different devices. This will make life easier especially for frequent travelers or those people who have multiple screens at home – no matter where they are, they can always pick up where they left off.
Eighteen days later than originally planned, Microsoft is finally pushing out its Windows Update 1803 to the public worldwide on November 13th! This will be a great update for people who are still running an older version of windows and want some features that have been available in newer versions. It’s also good news for those with devices without touch screens since now you won’t need one if you want to use all these new features – just a keyboard and mouse button combo (although it would take getting used to). They also improved security by making changes to how apps store data as well as encrypted them using BitLocker when appropriate. The only downside was that you would need to have a device that has the Windows Ink feature, which is not available on all devices.
Windows Update 1803: How To Get Started
This update is now live and ready for download through Microsoft’s website! If your PC or laptop does not prompt you when it updates, just head over to the settings pane in windows (ctrl+i) and look for “check for updates” under the category heading “Updates & Security > Check For Updates”. You can also go into “windows search” type “update history” and then click on the regular updates tab at top of the window. Either way will show an up-to-date list of what’s installed currently as well as updates available.
The newest Windows Update 1803 includes many new features that could be helpful to any user.