Microsoft to fundamentally change way Windows is shipping

    Microsoft to fundamentally change way Windows is shipping

    Microsoft to fundamentally change way Windows is shipping

    Posted: 16 Sep 2014

    Near the end of Ballmer's tenure as CEO, he introduced the rapid release cycle for products at Microsoft. No longer will the company go years before significantly updating its products; instead, it will ship features as soon as they are ready. Nadella agrees with this and has been pushing his teams even harder to ship faster. Now, thanks to a new job posting on Microsoft's website, Windows is about to undergo even faster changes.
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    16 Sep 2014

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    Windows 10 Home x64

    This just goes along with the idea of small updates rather than one big update.
    And I like the concept of getting new or enhanced features frequently.

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    Windows 10 Pro For Workstations

    The big questions are how does this work in the Enterprise market and also the average Joe Six Pack may not understand what has happened to his PC unless M$ puts out plenty of BEFORE notifications. Business do not like changes to the core system as expensive software may stop working. I mean really expensive like $100,000 per seat production software that you do not want untested unknown updates getting on there. Imagine if you spend hours setting your PC how you like it and M$ comes up with an update to the core system for example improved graphics rendering support 4K or higher monitors and it resets your system back to default. You may want the option to say well I don't need that so I am going to un selct that till I get a 4K monitor.
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