Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 30th Nov 2012 11:55 UTC
Windows I'm back from my vacation to the US, the jetlag has mostly passed, so back to OSNews it is! So, Windows 8 has been out for only a little while, and we're already moving on to the next 'version' of Windows. Version is between quotation marks, because unlike previous releases, this doesn't appear to be the a monolithic single release. Instead, Windows Blue, as it's currently codenamed, is more of a procedural change than a technical change: Windows is moving to yearly releases for all devices - PC, tablet, phone.
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RE[2]: Or could it be
by shotsman on Fri 30th Nov 2012 14:36 UTC in reply to "RE: Or could it be"
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What I mean is that you apply one set of patches, reboot and check for updates. So you download and apply them and you have to reboot again.

I did a clean Server 2008 R2 install last week. To apply all the updates, I had to do the above operation SIX times. Updates on top of Updates.

By way of contrast, if I do a RHEL 6 install, apply one set of updates and you are done and ready to go.

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