From https://support.microsoft.com/... :
"Reduces the network connections on a Windows system that doesn't participate in the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP)."
Unfortunately, at this point it doesn't. They intend to roll out older updates into the rollup over time.
I recommend that you read this instead: https://technet.microsoft.com/...
I think a lot of what they are doing with Win10 including "Windows as a service" is to reduce dependence on PC sales for Windows revenue. WinSE is expensive for example. I recommend that you read this: https://hal2020.com/2013/03/07...
However ARM was bought by Intel, no idea how much is still in the UK.
I don't think that is true.
I don't think it is that bad, but yes it would be interesting to compare KB3068708 vs KB3080149.
Sorry, the right KB article is KB3080149. KB3068708 is the original patch, KB3080149 is the new version.
Sorry, correct KB article number is KB3068708
FYI, the only important one is KB3075249, and it does say that the new version "Reduces the network connections on a Windows system that doesn't participate in the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP)."
I have been thinking of selling Windows to a non-profit foundation for a while now.
Still, I consider freedom to distribute the most interesting one for many reasons. For example, Win10 is only free to Win7 and Win8.1 upgraders. OEMs for example have to pay for it. When I suggested selling Windows to a non-profit foundation, I was referring to that one.
Feel free to email me too. I also participated in the Reddit thread.
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