Windows 10: Anybody ever seen this before in Reliability History?

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  1.    30 Aug 2017 #41

    Another day, another poor QA

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  2.    30 Aug 2017 #42

    Same gobbledegook for money and sports apps that updated for me today. I noticed Netflix (when that one updates) does the same. Utter garbage from MS but unfortunately that seems to be the norm these days. They should stop pushing forward with relentless feature updates and focus on bug fixing. At the moment very few get fixed and they push out new stuff with new bugs which pile ontop of old bugs. i feel they push out too many feature updates for some kind of bragging rights (probably in relation to Apple) but who wants a complete os install every 6 months which is essentially what these feature updates are. It's a hassle. I'd much rather they fixed stuff like this
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       30 Aug 2017 #43

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    Same gobbledegook for money and sports apps that updated for me today. I noticed Netflix (when that one updates) does the same. Utter garbage from MS but unfortunately that seems to be the norm these days. They should stop pushing forward with relentless feature updates and focus on bug fixing. At the moment very few get fixed and they push out new stuff with new bugs which pile ontop of old bugs. i feel they push out too many feature updates for some kind of bragging rights (probably in relation to Apple) but who wants a complete os install every 6 months which is essentially what these feature updates are. It's a hassle. I'd much rather they fixed stuff like this
    Does MS actually operate under a software quality standard such as ISO 9000 or similar? If so, it's time for some serious auditing to see if their accreditation should continue. Perhaps I'm being naive mentioning Microsoft and software quality in the same sentence
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  4.    30 Aug 2017 #44

    It does make you wonder. I will always be pro windows over Apple but I really don't like the direction ms is headed. My iMac gives me far less hassle than windows 10 that's for sure
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  5.    30 Aug 2017 #45

    Steve C said: View Post
    Does MS actually operate under a software quality standard such as ISO 9000 or similar?
    Yes. 10 seconds on Google would confirm that (insert "derr" icon). If you mean do they never make a mistake, then no. ISO9000 doesn't guarantee quality - it is only covers internal processes.

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    My iMac gives me far less hassle than windows 10 that's for sure
    Hassle? How is a typo on Reliability History a hassle?

    Save your ire for something better than a simple mistake.
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       30 Aug 2017 #46

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    It does make you wonder. I will always be pro windows over Apple but I really don't like the direction ms is headed. My iMac gives me far less hassle than windows 10 that's for sure
    Tell me about it. I spent a day and a half to get Windows 10 and Office 2013 installed on a desktop unit for our home office, so that my wife could use it for work purposes.

    I have only had to reinstall Mac OS once when I did the first install of 11 beta. After that and the fix right after, no problems whatsoever, besides a glitch with Mac OS not seeing the network printer, which was taken care of by just downloading to a pdf on Chrome and then print it out. Now that problem with Mac OS is gone for the printer, no new issues have cropped up. Unlike Windows, you end up spending three days of having to reinstall everything because of their mess.
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  7.    31 Aug 2017 #47

    bro67 said: View Post
    Unlike Windows, you end up spending three days of having to reinstall everything because of their mess.
    Hmmm. While I agree with you about clean installs, TBH I think both companies are pretty similarly bad. My 2013 MBP has terrible trouble with Wi-Fi dropping when running MacOS while it has always been fine when running Windows on the same machine. Conversely it will simply not recognize some USB3 drives under Windows 10 that work fine on MacOS (or Windows 7)

    In the last 5 years neither company has fixed either problem both of which are pretty fundamental and widely reported. Neither problem happens when I run Linux (on the same hardware) but honestly I don't have the desire to do that as then I can't run any of the programs I want.
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