03-04-2017, 01:43 AM
Quote:Last November, Microsoft announced an initiative to adjust the way that Windows devices of all kinds receive updates. Broadly speaking, the purpose of the initiative is to reduce the download size of updates, make them require less local processing, and give users more control over the time of installation. After a few rounds of testing with its Windows Insiders, Microsoft announced that its PC users can soon expect the download size of major Windows updates to decrease by about 35%.
Microsoft plans to roll out this feature with the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. Since that update will contain the tech for differential download packages, users shouldn't expect the Creators Update itself to be smaller than previous major updates. However, users should benefit from the tech in subsequent updates.
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