However, Microsoft says it plans to make the feature available to users with older laptops in the future.
The Redmond giant reiterates its commitment towards the deployment and servicing Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus making it easier for organisations. Customers have been asking Microsoft for a more predictable release schedule, one that would be simple and easy to follow, the company says.
The two-per-year rule and timing will also apply to the Office 365 application bundle-well, at least to the Office ProPlus version of the cloud applications suite. So, the user would have to keep their systems updated to continue receiving the support.
Reid back but Carroll out as West Ham prepare for Everton visit
Personally, I would have like to have seen him given the opportunity to establish himself in the Hammers first team this season. Everton should view this as a great opportunity to improve their away record and keep the pressure on those above them.
While Microsoft has confirmed Windows 10 Redstone 3 - a working title - will launch in September, it has not tied itself down to an exact day as yet.
Digital Trends reported that Windows 10 Creators Update include enhanced privacy and security settings as well as new apps like 3D Paint app and Game Mode among others. However, Last year the company uncharacteristically ended up rolling out only one, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
What's particularly interesting about that from a Windows 10 users perspective is that Microsoft targets September 2017 for the next Windows 10 feature update, codename Redstone 3. He is also fanatical about football which makes it all the more odd that he should support Stockport County. But more importantly, the latest major update brings about changes on the core operating system and user policies.
Microsoft's tool was already in place giving an error message that read "Your PC uses a processor that isn't supported on this version of Windows and you won't receive updates". If you're running Windows 10, you can probably expect a fully fledged version of this feature to appear in the next major update, expected later this year. Microsoft felt it needed to clarify this aspect of new Windows 10 releases for the sake of "clarity and predictability to organizations".