Microsoft's Windows 10 servicing calendar: a showcase for contradictions

Microsoft's Windows 10 servicing calendar: a showcase for contradictions




Windows 10 may be half a decade old, but some things never change. Or if they do, that change comes slowly, in fits, starts, stops and bursts.

Witness the recent “Transform Windows feature updates with a servicing calendar” – a piece by James Bell, a senior product marketing manager in the Microsoft 365 deployment group, posted June 18 on the company’s Tech Community website.

Bell used the space to introduce what he called a “Windows servicing calendar” designed to, as he put it, “shift your Windows 10 servicing cadence from a project-based effort to a more fluid process that aligns across the release cycles of Windows, Office and endpoint management tools, such as Configuration Manager.”

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