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Microsoft today in a Blog post confirmed that the company is planning to release two major updates for Windows 10 and Office updates every year from this year onwards. Microsoft has already released its First Major update for this year, the Windows 10 Creators Update in April and is now planning to release its second major update codenamed Redstone 3 in September this year.

In addition to the Office and Windows, Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager will support the new update model which makes it easier for IT Pros and business people to deploy latest Windows 10 and Office Updates.

The company has also confirmed that apart from releasing two major Windows 10 and Office update each year it has also plans to support and service the updates for 1.5 years or 18 months from the release date. Based on the similar lines Microsoft has already confirmed that it is planning to drop support for its Original Windows 10 version next month.

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