Windows 10 update problems: Why Microsoft’s battle isn’t over yet
Microsoft's latest changes to how it manages Windows 10 updates are unlikely to be its last attempts to tweak the process it uses to keep PCs running its latest operating system up to date.
Microsoft is making changes because the update process has hit a number of snags recently. The idea is that these updates allow new features to be added to Windows 10 on a rolling basis. In contrast to the massive upgrades from one version of Windows to another seen in the past, this move to 'Windows-as-a-service' should allow new elements to be added to the operating system without causing huge upheaval for PC users or IT departments.