In addition, System Center Configuration Manager will support this new aligned update model for Office 365 ProPlus and Windows 10, making both easier to deploy and keep up to date. The move is supposed to make it easier for the company's business customers to know when updates will be released and for how long each version of Windows 10 will be supported.
Microsoft today announced that they will be committed to coordinated twice a year Windows 10 and Office releases. Office 365 ProPlus will have its major updates at the same time.
According to the company, the update allows Windows 10 users to print, create and share in 3D via the new Paint 3D application.
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You can expect to hear a lot more on Redstone 3 - and perhaps even future releases - at Microsoft's Build conference next month. Users will have to select the app they want to switch off power throttling and after selecting the app they can toggle Manage by Windows to off. Users will then need to uncheck the "Reduce work app does when in background" checkbox. But more importantly, the latest major update brings about changes on the core operating system and user policies. Now nearly two years after the OS was released to the public, Microsoft has some concrete answers.
Microsoft also hints that this new regime should mean less work, overall, as Windows 10's improved security and frequent updates have "made large-scale, costly wipe-and-replace Windows deployments every few years a thing of the past".
Figuring out Microsoft's agile approach to software support, referred by many as Windows as a Service or Any Microsoft Product Name as a Service, has been an interesting journey to say the least.
As for what's coming in the next version of Windows - codenamed Redstone 3 - the most exciting bit is probably the UI overhaul dubbed Project Neon which Microsoft teased back in February. In the meantime, the only way to test it right now is to join Microsoft's beta program for Windows 10 and install the latest update.