Microsoft has announced a new decision on Windows to take effect as the pandemic unfolds. Windows users will only receive a security update temporarily, Microsoft said in a statement.


Microsoft has been keeping its employees in their homes for some time, and people are running the day-to-day work they need to do from their homes. In this case, Microsoft had to make a new decision about the operating system.

Microsoft's decision to stay in place throughout the coronavirus pandemic will have somewhat disrupted the operating system's plans to acquire new features while continuing to keep Windows 10 users safe.

As is known, Microsoft is constantly working on the Windows 10 operating system. These works add new features to Windows, while ensuring the safety of consumers. However, Microsoft's updates for Windows 10 can sometimes cause problems. In a recent decision, Microsoft announced it would not offer a feature update for Windows 10 for some time.

Microsoft offers some updates that it names "C" and "D" during the third and fourth weeks of each month. These updates bring a variety of non-security improvements to Windows. Recent revelations from Microsoft reveal that these updates have been suspended. In this way, Microsoft will focus solely on security updates and keep users ' Windows experiences stable during the pandemic process.

The tech giant releases an update, dubbed "B," on the second Tuesday of each month. These updates directly affect the security of Windows users. Microsoft will continue to offer B updates in the process. Thus, users will continue to be supported only in terms of security for a temporary period of time.

We can say that Microsoft's move is very good. Because as long as Microsoft employees continue to work at home, the problem-solving capabilities of the teams will not be in their normal course. This poses a huge risk to consumers. With this decision, Microsoft will provide consumers with a stable Windows experience.