Windows 10 Build 10036 lets user get updates via P2P


Earlier today, a new build of Windows 10, build 10036 was leaked. From what we’ve seen so far, the build is mainly focused on user interface improvements. However, build 10036 comes with a new feature that will allow users to get updates via P2P. This feature will allow you to download apps and OS updates from Microsoft’s servers, PCs on your local network, and PCs on the internet. And if you don’t want to get updates at all, you can turn on the feature as well.

The latest addition to Windows Update is indeed pretty useful, at least for companies. Nonetheless, it is worth pointing out that the feature might be developed by Pando – a free file sharing software acquired by Microsoft back in 2013 which apparently speeds up downloading, streaming and sharing large media files.

What do you think of this new feature? Make sure to let us know in the comment section below.

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