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Microsoft declares April's Windows 10 upgrade ready for business

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Microsoft today said its latest Windows 10 upgrade, the "Creators Update," is suitable for broad deployment by businesses, marking an important milestone for the edition and simultaneously setting its retirement in 14 months.

The move also begins a countdown clock on support for the late-2015 version of Windows 10, which will be struck from the rolls in October.

"Windows 10 1703 is ready for that broad deployment, based on feedback that we've received from organizations, ISVs, partners, OEMs, and consumers that have already done it," said Michael Niehaus, a director of product marketing, in a post to the company's TechNet site, a resource for IT professionals. Niehaus referred to the Creators Update by its numerical label, 1703, which is in Microsoft's yymm format.

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Microsoft releases KB 3213643, 2956078, 4011078, 4011052 to fix June O

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iPhone vs. Android: 12 points of difference

Today, 03:23 PM

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Want to start an argument? Just say, “There’s no question Android phones are the best,” “iPhones are worth every penny,” “Only a dolt would use an iPhone,” or, “Android sucks,” and then stand back.

Got that out of your system? Good. The truth is both iPhones running iOS and smartphones running Android have their good and bad points.

And make no mistake: The fight is between these two mobile operating systems. All the alternatives are pretty much dead and buried. Microsoft, for example, recently admitted, “We had no material Phone revenue this quarter.” Canonical, Ubuntu Linux’s parent company, has given up on smartphones. BlackBerry exists only as a brand name, and the manufacturer making “BlackBerry” phones is now using Android.

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