5G means much more than pure speed
The fifth generation of wireless technology is about to enter the mainstream, as all the major wireless carriers prepare to launch their own 5G wireless networks in the not-too-distant future. But 5G is much more than just a 4G upgrade - and it’s going to affect a lot more than your phone.
So really, how fast is 5G?
Just like the switch from 3G to 4G moved us from a few megabits per second into the hundreds, 5G will blaze past 4G - in fact, a recent simulation by Qualcomm at the Mobile World Congress showed 5G performing at 10 times the speed of our current standard. This extra capacity will make for a more reliable connection, too.
Many clients are in the midst of updating or replacing with PC systems using Windows 10. Microsoft has been improving update messaging so users aren't interrupting important updates. If you're not sure or have questions, we can help.
Thanks to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, you’ll see fewer interruptions when Windows updates.
Now you have the option to let Windows Update adjust active hours based on you device-specific usage patterns.
We know that sometimes, updates can come at inconvenient times. So, now you’ll be able to pause both feature and monthly updates for up to 35 days (seven days at a time, up to five times).
And when there’s an update requiring you to restart your device, you’ll see a new notification: a colored dot on the Power button in the Start menu and on the Windows icon in your taskbar.
Check it out in action: