On the slightly less-exciting side are the transformations to the update system. It has advantages, like improved security, but it can also go wrong.
Microsoft Office 2016 will be running an auto-update feature, similar to Windows 10Updates will change in Windows 10. What's more..., as well as a number of different servicing branches, also similar to the new operating system.
Users of Windows 7 and 8.1 have become familiar with -- jaded by, even -- the insistent, seemingly daily popups urging them to "Get Windows 10." Those messages have started taking a more aggressive turn.
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One of the most pertinent will concern Office 2016 adoption of the somewhat overbearing Windows 10 auto-update system.
The Office 2016 system will use a similar style to the Windows 10 update branches Failure to install the CB updates will, as with Windows 10, result in a severance from scheduled security updates rendering consumers vulnerable to attack.
Creators Update continues with Microsoft's strategy of offering the operating system as a service, meaning it's continually updated via the cloud.
The updates are free if you already have a Windows 10 license.
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