Windows 11

Windows Autopatch, a new service that automates the process of deploying feature and quality updates for the Windows client, is now in public preview.

Screenshot shows the Configure IE mode for Edge Browser Tool; organizations may need to use IE mode, as IE support on Windows ended on June 15, 2022.

A preview of the Windows Subsystem for Android updates the underlying Android version and may improve networking and configurability.

This kit will help organizations plan a migration from Windows 10 to Windows 11 before Windows 10 leaves support.

In this Webinar, Michael Cherry details the new hardware requirements for Windows 11, how these requirements interact with Windows 11 security capabilities, and why random feature updates suggest that Windows 11 may not be ready for widespread deployment.

In this Webinar, Michael Cherry details the new hardware requirements for Windows 11, how these requirements interact with Windows 11 security capabilities, and why random feature updates suggest that Windows 11 may not be ready for widespread deployment.

Screen shot shows Android version of the Kindle eBook application running on Windows 11.

Like most of the new features being introduced to Windows 11, the Windows Subsystem for Android appears focused on consumers rather than enterprises.

The Windows Autopatch service may address several problems with updating Windows, but many of these problems are made worse by Microsoft's own policies.

If Quality updates contain only fixes without features, Windows Autopatch might help enterprises keep Windows Enterprise editions up to date.