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==About Feature Updates==
 
Feature updates are a new component of Windows 10.  In addition to monthly security updates, feature updates are released by Microsoft twice a year.  This rapid release cycle means that older versions of Windows 10 become out of date and unsupported in a relatively short timeframe (See [https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet Windows Lifecycle Fact Sheet]). In order to be safe and stay supported, Windows 10 versions must be upgraded in a timely manner.
 
Feature updates are a new component of Windows 10.  In addition to monthly security updates, feature updates are released by Microsoft twice a year.  This rapid release cycle means that older versions of Windows 10 become out of date and unsupported in a relatively short timeframe (See [https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet Windows Lifecycle Fact Sheet]). In order to be safe and stay supported, Windows 10 versions must be upgraded in a timely manner.

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About Feature Updates

Feature updates are a new component of Windows 10. In addition to monthly security updates, feature updates are released by Microsoft twice a year. This rapid release cycle means that older versions of Windows 10 become out of date and unsupported in a relatively short timeframe (See Windows Lifecycle Fact Sheet). In order to be safe and stay supported, Windows 10 versions must be upgraded in a timely manner.

User Prompt to Update or Upgrade

When an update or upgrade is deployed, users will be prompted with an option to update immediately or defer to a scheduled date/time.