Microsoft Starts Putting Windows 10 Users aside

Microsoft Starts Putting Windows 10 Users aside

If on a Smartphone device, Android and iOS are the most powerful, but for Desktop devices, the average operating system is Windows 10 and MacOS series. But if the update problem is the same, where each developer continues to roll out updates to each operating system.

Like Microsoft for example, which continues to roll out updates for the latest Windows series operating system. There are 2 versions offered before, where there are 32-bit and there are also 64-bit.

However, in yesterday’s update a version was trimmed, where Microsoft began to pay attention to the 64-bit version of the operating system. This has been stated in a document that contains minimum operating system requirements for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), starting with Windows 10, 2004 version (May 2020 update).

Thus Microsoft will no longer provide support for PCs or Laptops that use 32-bit versions of the operating system. This is only natural, because on average most of the latest Desktop devices do not already support this version, because the CPU company also no longer produces it for a long time.

Also for the Windows 10 64-bit operating system , this can be more flexible, because it can support 32-bit versions of applications . It might not be smooth or might seem a little heavy, even though it’s better than a 32-bit operating system that can’t run 64-bit versions of applications at all.

However, for those of you who might still be using 32-bit operating systems and devices, there is no need to worry, because for the time being Microsoft still provides support for security updates and features. But it is possible that the next few months will be released completely.

Windows 10 update for May 2020 is expected to be present soon to all users. There are a number of new features offered, such as better indexing support, download file setup options from the cloud, and many others.

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