Microsoft pitches Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for Enterprise



While the Fall Creators Update debuted on October 17, Microsoft within the week hailed it as now fully ready for enterprise users, and fully available for all compatible devices running Windows 10.

The full availability is the final phase of the rollout process, according to the company, and as with any new feature update, it tend to target a select set of devices that they believe will have the best compatibility based on device specifications and testing done by its device partners.

Microsoft further confirms that Windows 10's second feature upgrade, the October's "Fall Creators Update," has been sufficiently tested and is fully ready for deployment across the organizations.

The company continues on its business-ready declaration even though it discontinued the original multiple-branch servicing model, but its automatic feeds upgrades has been almost as surprising as the original process.

And the new reality is that Microsoft will be pushing customers to pick up the upgrade path because enterprises have been pretty slow, which the company has been forced to extending support timelines beyond their usual 18-month span.

Microsoft, however claims that the Fall Creators Update was the fastest Windows 10 release to reach 100M devices, all while achieving higher customer satisfaction ratings compared to prior updates.

Adding that enterprise customers irrespective of the Semi-Annual Channel update cycle can also fully deploy when ready. And IT administrator should decide when to broadly deploy once they've validated the apps, devices, and infrastructure in their organization to work well with the latest release.

The company recommends that IT admins should also leverage Windows Analytics tools for help in testing and deployment of Windows 10 to their organization, and to accelerate Windows 10 migration.
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