Microsoft is set to deliver smaller Windows 10 updates come March next year as they test a new update platform called the Unified Update Platform (UUP). WIndows 10 updates are especially annoying since unlike previous Windows versions, you can’t skip them. This is hard for a lot of developing countries as they have expensive data plans and smaller data caps.
Unified Update Platform (UUP) will debut in the Windows Creator Update, coming March 2017, and will reduce Windows Update sizes by as much as 35%. That is indeed a lot of savings, plus it will allow Microsoft to deploy updates faster to users.
Yet another reason to upgrade to Windows 10 if you ask me.