IMHO, they dropped the ball. Way to many glitches are getting released in the consumer releases. One has to wonder how is it possible that they do not show up in the insider builds, but then affect so many PC's when that build hits consumers? Last minute changes are not the way to go.
Just about every insider build has a list of fixes and an even longer list of new issues in the release notes? Stop adding new features already and fix what's broken. Finish moving everything over to settings from control panel. Etc. Make Windows 10, Windows 10, get rid of the leftovers from Windows 8.
I am not an insider but I provide the data to MS. It's easy to complain but more important to be part of the solution.
Last edited by gtspeck; 10 Sep 2016 at 17:24.
I think the huge problem is that Microsoft dumped a bunch of the internal QA team, relying on the public to beta test their software.
Sure the public does help testing builds on a wide variety of hardware and software, but I would say only a very very slim minority actually dive deep into it and do any kind of real testing. When it comes to enterprise level stuff I am willing to bet it's not being tested at all, private enterprise isn't going to waste their time and money on testing for Microsoft. Also the internal QA team would have more experience and access to more debugging tools and know what exactly got change and be able to stress test/kick the crap out of it.
Windows 10 is ending up to be a constant work in progress. It's a never ending fix it, break it, fix it, break it? Don't get me wrong, I like Windows 10 very much. I just wish they would actually finish what they started, then roll in the new features. Get control panel all moved into settings for example.
And.. so far I'm not having any issues.,.. luck??