Right now this concept is in its test phase via the Windows Insider programme but eventually, “Windows Feature Experience Pack” updates will be delivered to customers through Windows Updates.

“By testing this process first with Windows Insiders, we hope to expand the scope and the frequency of releases in the future,” LeBlanc added.

Although this is great news for the future there won’t be any shiny new treats for Windows 10 users this year.

Microsoft has suspended its Windows 10 changes until the new year as the firm starts to wind down for the Christmas period. This is something that takes place every year, although Microsoft is slowing down operations a little earlier this in 2020. The company has confirmed that it won’t be offering any new features throughout this month.


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