Microsoft has been quietly making it easier to upgrade Windows 10 to Windows 10 Pro.
Today, the company released a new update to Windows Update called “Update Rollup,” which will bring an array of improvements to the way Windows 10 upgrades, and the way users upgrade to a new version of Windows.
Windows Update rollups are designed to provide users with the best experience possible, with updates that improve compatibility and reliability.
But sometimes that’s not enough.
Sometimes, an upgrade doesn’t work.
That’s why the update rolls out in batches to try to fix the problems.
Today’s rollup fixes a problem that occurs when an upgrade fails.
It also adds a new way to automatically configure an upgrade to the next version of the operating system, which is the next logical step for any user to take.
If you have a computer that hasn’t received the update yet, you’ll need to manually go through the process of updating it.
For example, if you have an older Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Professional computer that is running Windows 10 Enterprise, you need to upgrade to that version of Office.
If your computer isn’t yet in the latest version of a new operating system or upgrade to Windows Pro, you can manually go to Windows Updates and install the Windows update.
This update can be found at: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/articles/10.0/en/windows-update-rollup/ This new update will only work with Windows 10, so it’s not available for older versions of Windows that don’t come with the Windows Update Rollup.
In addition to the fixes, the rollup also includes new updates for the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
It’s important to note that this is not an update for Windows 10.
Microsoft’s update is only available to customers who have already upgraded their machines to Windows 7 or 8.1.
If a device has been upgraded before, it will need to be manually updated to Windows 11 Pro or Windows 11 Enterprise.
If not, the upgrade can be done through Windows Update.
The upgrade rollup is available for all Windows devices running Windows 7, Windows 8.x, Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
This is a preview of the update, which should roll out to all devices later this week.