Keeping with its promises, Microsoft has started delivering customer requested information about what is included in the many updates for Windows 10. That promise came in the latter part of 2015, and close to 6 months later the company has responded with a new Windows 10 Update History page that I noted earlier today.
This newly christened resource gives Windows 10 users the opportunity to determine what fixes and enhancements are included in the latest cumulative updates. But, what about Windows 10’s servicing options? How can an IT team quickly determine if the company’s assets are running the most current revision of Windows 10 whether it be Current Branch, Current Branch for Business, or Long-Term Servicing Branch?
Look no further than another new resource made available, this one intended to provide a single, quick-glance source to identify Windows 10 updates by OS build, availability date, servicing option, and associated KB article.
This new resource is located here: Windows 10 release information