From the referenced page:
While Microsoft still remains tight-lipped on this, the company previously did mention that release information for consumers wouldn't be provided, as the majority of users simply want to install the update and nothing more. I doubt I'm the first to be baffled by Microsoft "logic", but I don't get it. The information is obviously available and will even be sanitized for public consumption "in the future". So what if the majority of users don't want the information? They can ignore it ... just as they have in all previous Windows versions.
Terry Myerson, head of the OS group at Microsoft, revealed that Enterprise users could actually receive detailed change logs for operating system updates at some point in the future, but as far as those running Windows 10 Home and Pro are concerned, no change was planned.
Can Home and Pro users become Enterprise users just by paying for the license, or is there some prohibitive legal, financial, or technical requirement to that?