Managing rapid-fire Windows updates

Speaking to a financial analyst at Citigroup’s Global Technology Conference in September, Intel’s chief financial officer David Zinsner caused a bit of a stir when he hinted at a future release of Windows, quite possibly Windows 12, coming in 2024. Zinsner’s implication was that the upcoming “Windows refresh” would be major enough to require new hardware.

Whatever it’s called, this update to Windows is rumored to bring considerable change to the operating system and will be yet another disruption that requires IT managers to test and validate with their custom environments — something they’ve had to do a lot of lately.

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​ Speaking to a financial analyst at Citigroup’s Global Technology Conference in September, Intel’s chief financial officer David Zinsner caused a bit of a stir when he hinted at a future release of Windows, quite possibly Windows 12, coming in 2024. Zinsner’s implication was that the upcoming “Windows refresh” would be major enough to require new hardware.Whatever it’s called, this update to Windows is rumored to bring considerable change to the operating system and will be yet another disruption that requires IT managers to test and validate with their custom environments — something they’ve had to do a lot of lately.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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