Microsoft is finally getting ready for software “dribbles.”
First announced last year (and expected last November), the company is set to unveil how IT admins can control incremental changes planned for Microsoft software and for Windows. The new mechanism, currently part of the Windows Insider release track, is slated to arrive with the March security updates. (It should also show up in the Windows 11 22H2 preview patch at the end of this month.)
The move is designed to meet the needs of IT pros unhappy with the pace of change in Windows 11. Change isn’t always wanted; instead, users and admins want to manage change on their own schedule.