Microsoft has introduced an update to its own solar software, SolarWindz, that could help it better manage and manage the vast amount of energy it generates.
The update is the second major update to SolarWinders operating system, which has been around since 2005.
“The update will be available for Windows 10 and MacOS 10.10,” the company wrote in a blog post.
The update also comes with new security features, including a new version of Microsoft Visual Studio 2017. “
For customers who already have SolarWinded installed, you can choose to install it from this Windows 10 device, which is available to you as a Windows 10 Home device.”
The update also comes with new security features, including a new version of Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.
The company has previously been working with its partner Microsoft Dynamics to improve security and performance.
“Our partners have provided us with great feedback and have been actively working to improve their solutions,” Microsoft wrote.
“In addition to the new security improvements, we have made significant improvements to our tools and solutions to help our customers better manage their energy usage.”
The latest SolarWindors update comes just months after the software was last updated, to fix an issue with Windows 10 that could have allowed malicious code to bypass its sandbox and install itself.
Microsoft has promised to provide updates for the SolarWinding software until the end of March.
“SolarWinds is the most secure software in the world,” a spokesperson for Microsoft told Mashable.
“We are continuously working to ensure our customers’ security, and to make sure that SolarWind is up to date, secure and trustworthy.”
Microsoft’s announcement comes just a day after a US Senate committee voted to hold Microsoft responsible for the security of Windows 10, which could potentially mean the end for Microsoft’s future SolarWind software.
“Microsoft is responsible for all security and privacy issues and controls that affect our customers,” the software giant said in a statement to the Senate.
As such, Microsoft cannot provide security updates for this software and cannot support SolarWind.”