While updating my own system with the latest Windows 10 overhaul, I felt my system to be a bit underpowered as it was taking too much time. Upon searching, I found that Windows upgrade process really takes a lot of time. Now Microsoft has come up with the promise that it will make the upgrade process faster.
The Lengthy Process
The process of updating the Windows 10 appears to be slow and difficult. Especially, if someone mistakenly starts the update before starting a work, thinking of it to be a quick workaround, he is probably doomed for the next 2 hours.
Microsoft is now pushing its engineers to shorten down the process and make it a bit easier for the users of the world’s most widespread OS. This was announced by Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar in a recent tweet saying that they are trying to make the update process easy for the Windows 10 machines.
Now THIS is something we are pushing the dev team for, it’ll benefit EVERY user.
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) February 20, 2018
Analysts say that the download size with targeted updates of the updates has been reduced up to 35 percent:
A differential download package contains only the changes that have been made since the last time you updated your device, rather than a full build.
The mechanism hasn’t been defined yet through which Microsoft is trying to lower down the size of the updates while keeping them as valid as they were before.