After promising better openness for Windows 10 updates, this month Microsoft delivered two distinct web resources that help describe what each new Windows 10 update intends to improve and fix. The first shows Windows 10 update history, while the second focuses on Windows 10 servicing. Both, use some pretty long URL conventions, meaning you either have to bookmark them or be a master of memory. Sometimes, though, you don’t exactly have access to your bookmarks, and memory books and classes are soooo ‘80’s.
To help, Susan Bradley (famous patching maven and IT/Dev Connections speaker) and Michael Niehaus (long-time Microsoftie) have both generated kinder solutions to help get you to the resources without having to develop carnie side-show mind skills.
To get to the Windows 10 update history page:
Susan’s contribution: http://www.windows10updatehistory.com
To get to the Windows 10 servicing page:
Susan’s contribution: http://www.windows10releaseinformation.com