Ignite 2015 Microsoft has shown off some of the new security mechanisms embedded in Windows 10, and a change to its software updates that Windows supremo Terry Myerson reckons will shame Google.
“Google takes no responsibility to update customer devices, and refuses to take responsibility to update their devices, leaving end users and businesses increasingly exposed every day they use an Android device,” Myerson said during his Ignite keynote in Chicago today, referring to the tardy rolloutof operating system updates for Android gadgets.
“Google ships a big pile of [pause for effect] code, with no commitment to update your device,” he added to chuckles from the audience.
Myerson promised that with the new version of Windows, Microsoft will release security updates to PCs, tablets and phones 24/7, as well as pushing other software “innovations,” effectively putting an end to the need for a Patch Tuesday once a month. Continue reading