While the revised version of the big October update is still in the preparation stages, the company is announcing an app that will fix performance losses as a result of Specter - as well as a future ability to better control the apps installed in your system
A challenging month has passed on Microsoft Office And its Windows 10 system, when version 1809 also known as the Great October update created not simple glitches for a large number of users, including loss of information and downtime in some cases - to the point of stopping the graded update and returning the version to the development table for some improvements.
A revised version of the update is tested by program participants Windows (Although Microsoft has already admitted that there is another bug that could lead to the loss of Mesa while extracting files from shrunken formats), it seems that the company is openly talking about plans for the future, somewhere in the first half Of the year 2019.
One of my representatives Microsoft Office Has officially announced that future versions of as a system will adopt the Retpoline patch developed by Google - a new binary application designed to protect systems from some of the Specter breach risks (from the second variation), with performance damage that will be "noise level", i.e. not felt at all in actual use , Compared to existing repairs today that have already been proven to be able to adversely affect performance in at least some of the countless hardware combinations available in the market.
Google has already updated its systems and metrics with Retpoline earlier this year, with the addition of enterprise Linux distributions that have done so, Microsoft Office Convinced of the quality of the solution and make it the new default at the core of its system. It will not solve all the dangers and problems of the infamous Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but it is another small step in the right direction - in the hope that future processors will already contain built-in hardware immunity for any trouble and completely transparent to end users.
If this is not interesting enough for you, maybe the ability to remove almost all the pre-built shortcuts and applications in the popular operating system will do the job - because that too is something that should become possible in the next major update. Version 18262 Which was distributed to some of the Rapid Distribution Ring subscribers on the Insiders program, includes the ability to delete all irrelevant extensions with a simple right-click on their icon, including the calendar, calculator, voice recorder, reminders application, email application, 3D Viewer And others.
We will never object to a little more control over our system, so we will keep our fingers crossed to the last user Windows 10 as fast as possible. what do you think? Let's tell in comments!