Microsoft has suspended the release of the Windows 10 Insider Preview for testers with Fast / Slow Ring, as the company is gearing up for future updates. Last month, Microsoft announced a "unified update platform" for Windows 10 (UUP), and revealed its plans for the operating system to push the "differential download package" (differential download packages).
Microsoft Bill Karagounis explained: "The differential download package contains only the changes required since the last update, rather than a full package." In the future, Windows 10 PC users will see a significant reduction in size of about 35% of the major updates, such as Creators Update (ie Redstone 2), which will be launched in early 2017. & rdquo ;.
It is reported, UUP debut, is released for Windows 10 Mobile device build 14959 (November of this year). And now, the company is preparing to deploy it to the PC branch.
In addition, Microsoft also announced today that it will be suspended tonight (December 2 / Friday) all Windows 10 Fast / Slow Ring (Fast Ring / Slow Ring) update channel PC version of the push & rdquo; .
Microsoft Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar, said the company will first push from the internal version of the UUP start, and then push for Insider testers.
Senior project manager Brandon Le Blanc also said that Microsoft is working through the UUP distribution framework for Insider testers to launch the next PC compiled version. But given that this is a fundamental shift, it may take a long time to implement.