2016-08-26 2 Comments
Microsoft’s Configuration Manager product is used extensively to deploy and manage computer life cycle for Windows computers. With Windows 10 there are some significant considerations for existing ConfigMgr administrators. With or without Configuration Manager in your organization, you still need to plan for servicing so if you are not aware of these changes, please read on. This is just an overview, there’s a lot of detail I’ve left out in order to try to make this post simple and easy to follow. I’ve included some links at the end of the post to help you out if you need more detail.
Windows 10 Updating Changes
In Windows 10 Microsoft has introduced a new method for updating, upgrading and maintaining the operating system. This new process will be very new and possibly challenging for organizations currently running Windows 7.
Until recently, major feature enhancements to the Windows OS would be released with every new version of Windows, so from Windows 7 to Windows 8 we saw some significant change to the feature set of the operating system. Of course new Windows versions were released about every 3 to 5 years. With Windows 10 release, and moving forward, Microsoft has committed to an entirely different release cycle. Read more of this post