Microsoft has announced its next major Windows update will come in the form of a major security update.
As the company announced on Twitter, the upcoming update will be rolling out today.
“Today we are rolling out a new major security release for Windows 10, version 1703.
The Windows 10 1703 update includes a variety of fixes for issues identified in the last security release, as well as additional security updates for some customers.
The most notable security update is an update that fixes an issue that could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code on a victim’s machine, bypassing the user’s authentication.”
The update is expected to roll out to customers in the coming days.
Microsoft also announced a new feature called “Remote Desktop”.
“Remote Desktop will now show you your desktop in the taskbar instead of being hidden, and you can choose to hide it in the Start Menu or in the Windows Start Menu applet,” it added.
The new feature will allow users to view and hide their desktop without having to manually close the desktop.
There is also a new setting that will allow a device to be hidden by default when users close the Windows desktop.
“When you close the taskbars, your desktop will be hidden in the right-click menu bar.
When you open the task bars, the desktop will stay hidden.
This is a feature we built specifically for Microsoft Edge and other devices that are not Windows 10 Mobile devices.
For example, we have improved the default settings for the Windows Defender, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, and other security features to help you manage and secure your Windows 10 device. “
There are some improvements to Windows Defender and other Windows security features.
For example, we have improved the default settings for the Windows Defender, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, and other security features to help you manage and secure your Windows 10 device.
We are also introducing a new, simplified Windows 10 settings page to simplify the settings that you can use on your desktop, including the ability to use the Settings app to manage Windows 10 and other features,” it said.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced it was going to remove a number of features from Windows 10.
The company has removed the ability for users to use Cortana as a search app, Microsoft Edge, and the ability users to add more than one user account for Microsoft accounts.
The new updates will come to users in the next few days.