Microsoft has done much advancement in the field of big-tech. They continuously test what their customers are using at the moment. Recently, Microsoft has started testing smaller feature updates for Windows 10 in the form of a Windows Feature Experience Pack.
The branding appeared inside Windows 10 earlier this year, but Microsoft has only confirmed what the packs will be used for this week. According to Microsoft “The Windows Feature Experience Pack will be used to improve certain features and experiences that are now developed independently of the OS.”
The first version has been indulged with the beta testers of windows 10 and it has an ability to produce built-in screen snipping app to paste screenshots directly to the desired folders within the File Explorer mode.
Microsoft claims that “feature packs will be delivered to Windows testers much like how existing builds and cumulative updates are delivered.”
This makes a clear statement that how these feature packs will be used by the customers of public and enterprise level. Feature packs appear to be a new channel for Microsoft to update parts of Windows that aren’t directly controlled by the OS but also aren’t separate apps that are maintained through the Windows Store.
Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc explains that “By testing this process first with Windows Insiders, we hope to expand the scope and the frequency of releases in the future.”
“Eventually, Windows Feature Experience Pack updates will get folded into the already existing servicing process for Windows 10 and delivered to customers that way through Windows Update,” he added.
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