Once Windows 10 arrives, Microsoft will show politicians that peer-to-peer (P2P) communications is not only usable for piracy. Through a leaked version of the latest Windows 10 update, The Verge found out that Windows 10 users will have the option to download apps and updates via P2P communications – not just from Microsoft servers. This means that users will be able to download updates and apps much more faster when there are many people downloading the same content. Unlike P2P, downloads are slower when a server is getting many requests for the same content. Users will also be able to download apps and updates from local PCs, reducing bandwidth usage and increasing download speed.