Windows 10: Microsoft begin reminding users to install the Creators Update

Windows 10: Microsoft begin reminding users to install the Creators Update
The Siliconreview
05 July, 2017

Still using a version of Windows 10 prior than April's maker Update? Then, Microsoft will soon begin reminding you to upgrade.

The proposed upgrading is chiefly significant for customers still on the innovative Windows 10 version 1507, which as of May 9 not receives security and excellence updates. This group of users will get a notification and punctual to "update now".

Users on the still-supported Windows 10 November Update (version 1511) and Anniversary Update (version 1607), will obtain reminder from Microsoft to evaluate their privacy settings, which comprise new choices Microsoft created in reply to previous criticism over Windows 10 privacy and data collection. These include settings for location, speech recognition, diagnostics, tailored experiences with diagnostics data, and relevant ads.

The customers who are cautious of being marshaled into a superfluous advance, Microsoft notes that they can put off the privacy setting evaluation process up to five times. Also, Microsoft strains that it's not changing the update practice itself with the choice still obtainable over when the update occurs.

The company is influencing users to put in the Windows 10 Creators Update as soon as probable for understandable security cause given the fresh ransomware outbreaks, which hit un-patched systems and Windows 7 but left Windows 10 systems unharmed.

"By staying up to date on both the latest feature and quality updates, you're assured of being on the most secure version of Windows 10," says John Cable, director of program management, Windows Servicing and Delivery.

Talking about feature updates Microsoft brings a new defense-in-depth security, such as exploit mitigation technologies, in order to discontinue fear like ransomware. Cable notes that the monthly quality updates comprise an additional coating of security that "tracks emerging and changing trends in malware" to guard systems from newer pressure.