Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd Sep 2017 00:39 UTC

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update now has a release date: October 17. Microsoft started finalizing the release last week, and we'd expect this release to follow the pattern seen in previous Windows updates: the final build will be done some time in September and roll out to members of the Windows Insider program's fast, slow, and release preview rings. Then it will hit Windows Update. From there, we'd expect a slow ramp up in availability.

Not the most substantial Windows update for regular users, but I do like the faster update cycle for Windows. I'm glad the monolithic releases of yore are gone for most users, while enterprise users are still able to opt for the Long Term Servicing Branch for the more monolithic approach.

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LTSB now Long Term Servicing Channel
by garyd on Sun 3rd Sep 2017 07:13 UTC
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Enterprise "Windows as a service" customers now have the option of a semi-annual release of two varieties and the long term channel. I hope this is the last time they change the terminology.

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