I were at the MMS this year, a really good conference about CM, Windows 10, Client management and much more. One of the sessions was about Windows 10.
I decided to explain a little more because I think its important.
First thing first. Microsoft releasing CB (Current Branch) of Windows 10 two times each year. Like you see below here.
As you see here its a lot of testing before releasing to Windows update. So your private PC getting the CB when it touches the red color.
Patching in Windows 7, almost every company just patches Critical and Security.
But in Windows 10, you can choose. They release ONE big update every month, called Quality Updates. And a Feature Update every 6 months.
How do you patch best practice nowadays? Two types of Pilot groups.
1. Lab machines
2. Early Adopters, Volunteers, IT
Then go to the rest of your customers.
The biggest question, How much time each pilot group, the Best practice is like this.
It’s a new way of thinking. Think everyone should know this. So we all talk the same language when we speak about Windows 10.
Thanks for reading