Microsoft has just released a new batch of updates for Windows 10 devices, but just like it happened before, no details are provided with either of them.

Windows Maps and OneNote are the two apps updated today, and according to information posted in the store, they come with “bug fixes and reliability improvements.” Usually, Microsoft provides a change log only if there’s something worth mentioning, so these are probably the only changes that the company has made to the apps.

New app updates to Windows 10 arrive on a regular basis, and that’s definitely a good thing, given the fact that Microsoft has pushed the operating system to the “Windows as a Service” approach. This means that updates are delivered as soon as they’re ready, and this is one of the reasons Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile are both getting new bug fixes, improvements, and other changes regularly.

The store has thus become an essential part of the operating system in Windows 10 and is now the one destination for almost everything, including not only apps and games but also music, videos, and browser extensions.

Today’s updates are also delivered through the store, and you are recommended to get both even though no change logs are available. Bug fixes and improvements come in handy anyway, so make sure you install them as soon as possible.

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