Microsoft explains the “single-package design of the Windows 10 update feature


The new report published by Windowslatest, Microsoft has simplified and enchange the Windows Update process by combining the service stack and comulative updates into a single package.

This move is expected to make Windows 10 patches more reliable at least for some limited users or users who skip the updates. Microsoft has now shared more information about this new “single package” design which can fix Windows 10 patches.

Microsoft Windows 10 Single Package works explained

  • This usually happens happen the user manually updates the device using the Microsoft Update Catalogue and skips the maintenance stack update.
  • IT Administrator who manage devices need to select and deploy service stack updates with the latest cumulative updates to ensure a seamless update experience.
  • Microsoft introduced a single package design which will provide a more seamless experience to users who manually manage monthly updates.
  • If the device does have the necessary SSU installed, the user’s cumulative updates will not be install and gives an error will be reported.

Microsoft said, Our upcoming changes will ensure the users that SSU and LCU are provided to Windows Server Update Services ( WSUS ) and Microsoft Catalogue together under a single load.

If the user uses Windows Update, Configuration Manager, Microsoft Update Catalogue or any tool supported by WSUS. Microsoft will automatically apply service stack updates and Windows Updates installation will not often fail.

Microsoft said the consumers or business using any production version of the Windows 10 will not to able to apply these changes immediately.