The update process will be simplified and improved going forward. The update process of Windows 10 will simplify and improved going forward. Microsoft decides to include service stack updates (or SOs) as part of their usual bulk updates for the operating system.
Previously, this SSUS containing significant changes to the update process itself installed separately. Which could cause a situation in which a cumulative update to a PC could not installed (because the relevant SSU was a prerequisite and was not available).
When SSU is now combining with Microsoft’s bulk update in a single package. This error scenario can no longer occur, so this makes absolute sense in order to streamline the entire update process.
While a single PC user may potentially experience this difficulty when manually installing updates. This is a more likely challenge encountered by a system administrator. Who controls a group of machines and deals with the complexities there. (However, theoretically, if you leave Windows 10 to handle everything on its own, any relevant SSU should always be in place before a bulk update is installed).
Still, ensuring that something that might go wrong is a positive step for Microsoft.
Robust and reliable updates
As Microsoft noted in its latest (September) SSU for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update.”This update makes quality improvements to the service stack, the component that installs Windows updates. Service stack updates (SSU) ensure that you have a robust. And reliable service stack so that your devices can and install Microsoft updates.
“Also, this update allows a single package design that includes the service stack update (SSU) in the latest cumulative update (LCU). Combining the SSU and LCU update in a single package provides a smoother deployment and installation experience. “
Therefore, following the installation of this special SSU, the new single package plan will come into force in the future.
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