Windows 10: Nearly 40,000 Microsoft Employees Tested Windows 10 Before Launch
There are many good advances and new protocols and performance is better in general in 10, I like new features like having taskbars for each display (display democracy?).
I did like the stability and the ability for users to control updates in Windows 7 - MS doesn't have a great track record with updates - in Windows 7 or 10. The lack of transparency and ability to control updates in 10 is very worrisome to me.
I think the idea of one platform for tablets, phones and desktops is great on paper but is a bit of a waste if MS can't perform in the tablet or phone markets - and it isn't looking good there IMO.
I wonder about Microsoft's software QA and some of the obvious software bugs which are issued in updates. What international software QA standards (e.g. ISO) has Microsoft been granted and what level of external software QA audit is carried out?
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