#Windows10 #MicrosoftSelfie – Microsoft Monday: Big Windows 10 Upgrade Change, Windows 7 And 8 End Of Sales, Selfie App On Android : “Microsoft Monday” takes a look back at the past week of news related to Microsoft. This week, “Microsoft Monday” includes details about noteworthy Windows 10 upgrade changes, the launch of the Teams application, the first Windows 10 VR phone, the patching of a Windows vulnerability, the investment in Atlas Informatics, the end of Windows 7 and 8 sales, the release of Minecraft: Education Edition, the new LinkedIn Salary website, the Selfie app for Android and much more!
Massive Windows 10 Upgrade Changes
“One of the biggest community and customer benefits of UUP is the reduction you’ll see in download size on PCs. We have converged technologies in our build and publishing systems to enable differential downloads for all devices built on the Mobile and PC OS,” said Karagounis.
“A differential download package contains only the changes that have been made since the last time you updated your device, rather than a full build. As we rollout UUP, this will eventually be impactful for PCs where users can expect their download size to decrease by approximately 35% when going from one major update of Windows to another. We’re working on this now with the goal of supporting this for feature updates after the Windows 10 Creators Update; Insiders will see this sooner.”
And UUP will become universal for all Windows 10 versions like smartphones, tablets and PCs. UUP is expected to be rolled out when the Windows 10 Creators Update launches. And the Creators Update is likely going to roll out in March. Unfortunately, the Xbox One and Xbox One S will not get UUP though.