I don't drink any more...... nor less.
I'm also on seafood diet.... see food, eat food.
Oh come on MS, we dying here.....
Maybe Ms wants an entry in the Guinness Book of Records -- The Worlds FIRST Y3K Project !!!!!!!
Come on guys Rolling Release(which they eventually want to implement for Windows 10) is new territory for Microsoft that Debian or Arch users are used to, where fixes and software upgrades are put out immediately and not on a specific day, Bad habits are hard to break!
Note on Microsoft:
In software development, a rolling release or rolling update development model refers to a continually developing software system; this is instead of a standard release development model which uses software versions that must be reinstalled over the previous version. Rolling software, instead, is continually updated, in contrast to standard release software which is upgraded between versions. Rolling release development models are one of many types of software release life cycles and, in terms of software development methodology in general, rolling release development models are less common than standard release development models in most mainstream software sectors, such as operating systems.A rolling release is typically implemented using small and frequent updates. However, simply having updates does not automatically mean that a piece of software is using a rolling release cycle; to qualify as a rolling release, the philosophy of developers must be to work with one code branch, versus discrete versions. When the rolling release development model is employed as the development model of a software distribution, software updates are typically delivered to users by a package managersoftware application on the user's personal computer accessing, through the internet, a remote software repository (often via a download mirror) stored on an internet file server.
With the number of updates MS have had to withdraw recently I don't think rolling release is such a good idea.
I guess you guys have already read it, but I'm excited after knowing the next beta is coming with Spartan