Microsoft Autopatch feature to make Patch Tuesday 'just another Tuesday' for enterprises

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Microsoft Autopatch feature to make Patch Tuesday 'just another Tuesday' for enterprises
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Microsoft Autopatch feature to make Patch Tuesday 'just another Tuesday' for enterprises

The upcoming feature will apply patches automatically

Microsoft is to launch a new service called Windows Autopatch, which will automatically keep Windows and Office software up-to-date. The company says that customers who currently have a Windows ...

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