Windows 10: Real-world practices to optimize updates

[German]In a blog post, Microsoft talked about the question of rolling out updates in enterprise environments from a practical point of view. How to ensure that devices and users in your environments remain protected and productive. They released a collection of practical guide lines to optimize Windows 10 update rollout.


Since the initial introduction of Windows 10 in 2015, many administrators have found that they can barely keep up with update and upgrade cycles. They may be looking for efficiencies in rolling out feature updates and monthly updates to ensure that the devices and users in your environments remain protected and productive. Microsoft is probably involved in discussions and receiving feedback from enterprise customers around the world. The point is that the way to keep devices up to date, and in particular to increase "update speed", is not always clear.

In the above tweet, Per Larsen points to a contribution by Microsoft to the Techcommunity, which is dealing with corresponding questions. The article entitled Real-world practices to optimize Windows 10 update deployments merely points out that Microsoft has published a detailed guide to optimizing the deployment of Windows 10 updates. This guide is intended to provide IT professionals who manage Windows 10 environments with clarity about how to proceed. 

The Optimizing the Deployment of Windows 10 Updates guide provides procedures and tips to help increase the speed of Windows 10 updates. In creating this guide, Microsoft has focused on gathering best practices from real-world experience that can help enterprise administrators improve update speeds while keeping devices protected and productive. The guide is available for download as a PDF document here and refers to Windows 10. 

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