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Windows 10 has more and more market share and Microsoft wants everyone to have the new version of its operating system. That's why starting today the update KB3123862 arrives for us to update to Windows 10.
Microsoft wants you to update your Windows 7 and 8.1 to the new version of Windows as soon as possible and, among the measures adopted, this is the latest idea from the company to definitely upgrade to Windows 10.
Recommended update for Windows 7 and 8.1
Apart from the little sign that is installed in your taskbar encouraging you to update your Windows, now Microsoft releases this update that can be installed without you realizing it to prepare you for Windows 10.
Adds aspects to warm users up to Windows 10 upgrade, including new icons, menus, and bitmaps, apart from a new version of explorer.exe, Shell32.dll and Authui.dll.
The new update is available for users who have Windows 7 and 8.1 and as we already mentioned, it is possible that this update is installed without you knowing it, so you would have to look at the history to see if it was actually installed.
This small update would be like a kind of preparation for you to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible and convince the users who have stayed stragglers from installing the new version of Windows 10.
If you have Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and you've noticed things you haven't noticed before, you may already have this update installed. Therefore, if you do not want to know anything about Windows 10, it is better not to install said update if you have that possibility, since it is an optional update.