Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Microsoft's .Net Framework will get its own particular Patch Tuesday

Beginning in October, the .Net Framework Monthly Rollup will give consistent security and quality redesigns.




Microsoft in October is presenting .Net Framework Monthly Rollup to give security and quality overhauls to its programming model for Windows. The move adjusts to the Windows Monthly Rollup, which does likewise for the Windows OS.

Both rollups were uncovered on Monday and will be accessible on Patch Tuesday every month, as indicated by Microsoft.

"The .Net Framework Monthly Rollup is a solitary introduce that redesigns each bolstered .Net Framework rendition on a machine to its most recent particular overhaul level," said Microsoft's Stacey Haffner. "Every month to month rollup supersedes the last one, so you in the event that you've missed the most recent couple of months of upgrades, you just need to introduce the most recent rollup to overhaul to the most recent redesign level." The rollup introduces just security and unwavering quality overhauls, not another form of .Net Framework.

Downloads of the .Net Framework Monthly Rollup, which will be around 60MB, can be gotten to through Windows Update, Windows Server Update, or Microsoft Update Catalog. Microsoft additionally is putting forth a .Net Framework Security-just Monthly Update by means of Microsoft Update Catalog and Windows Server Update Services. As yet, there has been no choice to introduce security and dependability redesigns together, and Microsoft has had numerous solicitations for a basic approach to get present over all bolstered .Net Framework forms and working frameworks, Haffner said.

On the Windows side, Microsoft's Nathan Mercer resounded comparable conclusions. "By moving to a rollup model, we bring a more predictable and streamlined overhauling knowledge to Windows 7 SP1 and 8.1, with the goal that every single upheld variant of Windows take after a comparative upgrade adjusting model." The project builds Windows unwavering quality by taking out redesign fracture and giving more proactive upgrades, Mercer said.

Microsoft encourages clients to get to either the .Net Framework Monthly Rollup or Security-just Monthly Update. "Your PC might be helpless against recorded security issues on the off chance that you quit introducing the .Net Framework Monthly Rollup," Haffner said. "You can introduce the Security-Only Monthly Rollup from Windows Server Update Services or Catalog on the off chance that you need to introduce a more checked arrangement of upgrades."


                                                          

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