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  1.    18 Feb 2016 #61

    Ghost82 said: View Post
    As I pointed out in other thread, we (users) are being taken as constant beta testers. No matter irf you're not under the Insider program. Is obvious that almos every release (apps, Oss and whatnot), are being released without being 100% finished. That's why they keep throwing patches, pre-update-releases and confusing everone out.
    Ok,, then how fast or slow would you like to have the patches come down from MS. Like the old days when we only got an SP every now and then at best or faster so the issues can be addressed in a timely manor??
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       18 Feb 2016 #62

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Ok,, then how fast or slow would you like to have the patches come down from MS. Like the old days when we only got an SP every now and then at best or faster so the issues can be addressed in a timely manor??
    I for one like how it is being done now
    At least you can if you have a problem have time to sort things out.
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  3.    18 Feb 2016 #63

    hTconeM9user said: View Post
    I for one like how it is being done now
    At least you can if you have a problem have time to sort things out.
    +1, at least now MS is trying to get the bugs and other issues sorted out in a timely manor and that's a good thing.

    It's true that Xp received several SP's 7 only received one and .. well 8 was an upgrade from 8 to 8.1 and no other SP's resulting in bugs and issues not being addressed. I guess no matter what MS does they can never please everyone.

    Jeff
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  4.    18 Feb 2016 #64

    Yeah, sure they're trying to get the bugs fixed, I'm not doubting that. But, that's why W10 was released back in july and provided us tons of bugs that were not really fixed until the Threshold 2 update? Because they were trying to fix bugs?

    Anyways, buddy, don't twist my arguments, please. I'm not talking about frequency on offering updates if they're necessary, that's your point, not what I'm saying. What I'm saying here, and I'm sure you can understand it too, is that they are releasing so many patches and updates because, maybe, they don't develop the software as solid as it was done back in the day. And just to clear it up: I'm not only talking about Microsoft.

    Now, you cant twist my post as you want. My opinion is the same: we, the users, have become permanent beta testers, not only in Microsoft camp, but in almost every kind of software that os been released in any kind of platform. Companies are in a hurry to be the one who brings the newest thing before anyone, and that is the perfect scenario for buggy software.
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  5.    18 Feb 2016 #65

    Ghost82 said: View Post
    Yeah, sure they're trying to get the bugs fixed, I'm not doubting that. But, that's why W10 was released back in july and provided us tons of bugs that were not really fixed until the Threshold 2 update? Because they were trying to fix bugs?

    Anyways, buddy, don't twist my arguments, please. I'm not talking about frequency on offering updates if they're necessary, that's your point, not what I'm saying. What I'm saying here, and I'm sure you can understand it too, is that they are releasing so many patches and updates because, maybe, they don't develop the software as solid as it was done back in the day. And just to clear it up: I'm not only talking about Microsoft.

    Now, you cant twist my post as you want. My opinion is the same: we, the users, have become permanent beta testers, not only in Microsoft camp, but in almost every kind of software that os been released in any kind of platform. Companies are in a hurry to be the one who brings the newest thing before anyone, and that is the perfect scenario for buggy software.
    Ok.. point taken. But you didn't answer my question. How often would you like patches to come? And you have to keep in mind that Win7/WIn8.1 were far from perfect when they came out. A bug free OS is just about impossible to achieve.
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  6.    18 Feb 2016 #66

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    +1, at least now MS is trying to get the bugs and other issues sorted out in a timely manor and that's a good thing.

    It's true that Xp received several SP's 7 only received one and .. well 8 was an upgrade from 8 to 8.1 and no other SP's resulting in bugs and issues not being addressed. I guess no matter what MS does they can never please everyone.

    Jeff
    Just like that old Ricky Nelson song (Garden Party) says:

    "No, you can't please everyone, so you've got to please yourself."
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       18 Feb 2016 #67

    Anyways, buddy, don't twist my arguments, please. I'm not talking about frequency on offering updates if they're necessary, that's your point, not what I'm saying. What I'm saying here, and I'm sure you can understand it too, is that they are releasing so many patches and updates because, maybe, they don't develop the software as solid as it was done back in the day. And just to clear it up: I'm not only talking about Microsoft.

    Now, you cant twist my post as you want. My opinion is the same: we, the users, have become permanent beta testers, not only in Microsoft camp, but in almost every kind of software that os been released in any kind of platform. Companies are in a hurry to be the one who brings the newest thing before anyone, and that is the perfect scenario for buggy software.
    It will make the OS more efficient with good patches and updates
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  8. XXHeronikXX's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Build 10586 x64
       18 Feb 2016 #68

    Anyways, buddy, don't twist my arguments, please. I'm not talking about frequency on offering updates if they're necessary, that's your point, not what I'm saying. What I'm saying here, and I'm sure you can understand it too, is that they are releasing so many patches and updates because, maybe, they don't develop the software as solid as it was done back in the day. And just to clear it up: I'm not only talking about Microsoft.

    Now, you cant twist my post as you want. My opinion is the same: we, the users, have become permanent beta testers, not only in Microsoft camp, but in almost every kind of software that os been released in any kind of platform. Companies are in a hurry to be the one who brings the newest thing before anyone, and that is the perfect scenario for buggy software.
    It will make the OS more efficient with good patches and updates

    Ok.. point taken. But you didn't answer my question. How often would you like patches to come? And you have to keep in mind that Win7/WIn8.1 were far from perfect when they came out. A bug free OS is just about impossible to achieve.
    Now now I don't want to see a flame storm brew up in this topic.
    By the way patch Tuesday covers a lot of bugs. Cannot wait till next build
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  9.    18 Feb 2016 #69

    XXHeronikXX said: View Post
    It will make the OS more efficient with good patches and updates



    Now now I don't want to see a flame storm brew up in this topic.
    By the way patch Tuesday covers a lot of bugs. Cannot wait till next build
    Good point and the latest insider build is working just fine.
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  10.    18 Feb 2016 #70

    While sometimes annoying, I appreciate the quick response Microsoft has been taking to handle the bugs. With so many systems out there, configurations it's very difficult to anticipate how programming and hardware will clash. On this forum I see more people report no problems and a few having issues.
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