Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by uffbros, Feb 15, 2017.
Did they quit Patch Tuesday??? I got nothing? Unusual??
Microsoft pulled the plug. Patch Tuesday Did Not Happen. Will there be a Feb Patch Tuesday now
I was wondering the same thing, fortunately the answer was readily available. And I suppose, we've just been spared from another half-baked update that starts new headaches
The answer is NO as we are wednesday
You guys are so addicted to unusual updates
im sure they will start sending something soon.....once they get the issue fix.
Maybe they change something in WU ?
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I wonder, is this really the first time ever MS missed a patch Tuesday date? As far as I remember, they never missed one during my old XP days, but it's a long time ago and I could be wrong.
I only experienced once before that it was on another time (9 AM redmond instead of 10 AM), not ever that they skipped it on patchtuesday.
That's sort of things that will happen when you fired all your internal testers.
And now it's finally happened. And i don't even mention all these broken updates that were pushed anyway.
They skipped patch Tuesday this time because MS knew I was testing some manual update methods that require a new update that requires a reboot.
Microsoft has been issuing lots of Out-of-band updates lately. The choice to stop the official 'Patch Tuesday' probably relates to this, and the fact that the insider program allows them to do rolling releases multiple times a month. This in turn allows them to test fixes on several different platforms very quickly, and in turn, release updates at odd times. It's a good thing and a bad thing. There's no guarantee that the rolling updates are safe - just that they're a guaranteed release at some point during a month's patch cycle.
In the news but who knows:
Now in the news, Patch Tuesday put off till next month:
No Insider Builds till next week at earliest
So patching on Patch Tuesday is becoming patchy.