Earlier this year, Microsoft has released a public preview of the Windows Autopatch. This is a new feature from Microsoft, is now generally available. It is aimed at enterprise users of Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Autopatch keeps Microsoft Edge and Office software up to date, eliminating or at least reducing the risk of bugs and security issues. The service simplifies the process of rolling back changes should a problematic update be rolled out, as well as ensuring all of the latest patches and updates are installed.
Although, Windows Autopatch may sound like something that everyone could use, it is something that is only being made available to customers with Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 licenses.
If you’re an administrator looking to start enrolling devices, then these steps will get your device enrolled: