The Zoom communication platform has announced the release of automatic updates for their Windows and macOS desktop clients. The Linux platform is not currently supported. According to Zoom, “For most individual users, automatic updates will be enabled by default. When enabled, users will have the opportunity to opt-out of automatic updates for their desktop client after the first install or first update where this feature is present.” If a user opts-out of this feature, updates can still be installed manually. Previously, automatic updates were available to enterprise clients, but this release expands the ability to receive automatic updates to those not part of an enterprise license.
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