Microsoft is shifting the Windows update release date again. According to a Windows Central report, Microsoft is considering changing the Windows update release schedule. Instead of releasing one major update per year, as previously stated, they will release one significant update every three to four years.
Given the bugs and performance issues that plagued previous releases, the recent change from a two-a-year update to one significant update was well received. IT administrators could also relax and worry less about updating their systems yearly. Microsoft now has more time to release major updates and still delivers a steady stream of new features to current Windows versions.
Microsoft will allow enough time for any problems to be resolved before releasing an update that causes printers or other devices to crash. Three years after Windows 11 was released, the next release is scheduled for 2024.