Microsoft might have finally solved one of the most frustrating problems with windows 11 updates; the ever-present algorithm that insists on updating in the middle of important tasks.
The issue has been plaguing users since the introduction of windows 11 and has caused endless headaches to both casual and professional users alike.
But at last, it appears microsoft has come up with a solution that could potentially change how we update our systems in the future. The new algorithm was announced today by microsoft at an event dedicated to introducing a range of user-friendly features for their operating system.
It marks a major shift in attitude for microsoft, who had previously refused to acknowledge any fault with their system’s update mechanisms. With this new update, microsoft is now admitting that they were wrong and are attempting to rectify it with an automated program designed specifically for updating computers during times when they are idle or otherwise low-impact tasks are being executed.
The program works by recognizing when computers are idle or on low priority tasks, and then automatically initiating updates during those times instead of getting caught mid way through tasks users deem more important.
This should reduce the number of interruptions caused by unexpected updates and minimize how frequently users must manually initiate updates themselves in order to keep their systems functioning optimally. If successful, this could be a major