The launch of Windows 10 may signal the end of 'Patch Tuesday'

Several years ago, Microsoft launched what later became known as “Patch Tuesday” as a way to deliver security updates and bug fixes for Windows and other software products on the second Tuesday of each month. The upcoming launch of Windows 10 will likely do away with that “once a month” pattern for releasing patches as Microsoft moves to a release model where updates are launched when they are ready.

Source: iMore

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