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Everyone Wants Windows 10 Update Info, Microsoft Says No
Back in July, when Microsoft officially rolled out the new Windows 10 operating system, the company also embraced a new strategy that changes the way update information is provided to users who are running this version on their computers.
Starting with Windows 10, the software giant no longer provides information on Windows 10 updates
unless there’s something really important that deserves to be mentioned there. Otherwise, you get only a simple change log that says “performance improvements” and nothing more.
This is how Microsoft explains its decision to provide only minimal data about released updates:
“As we have done in the past, we post KB articles relevant to most updates which we’ll deliver with Windows as a service. Depending on the significance of the update and if it is bringing new functionality to Windows customers, we may choose to do additional promotion of new features as we deploy them,” a Microsoft spokesperson was quoted as saying in August.
And yet, everyone wants update info