[QUOTE=roho;2772777]Don’t forget Windows 10 has already had what we would previously call a service pack in the November update and that was a right mess. It’s slowly getting better but there are still tons of issues with 10 and what irks me is a lot of them are silly little things which should never have been released to the public and should’ve been squashed before RTM.[/QUOTE]
For me windows10 was rushed out to the public, and for some reason MS
expected that every user will be willing and happy to give them feedback and also their data in the hope that this will improve windows 10.
To me this shows that either they didnt had any idea about the direction that they wanted to move, or they were afraid what the users will say.
I agree that some things should have stayed inside MS and very few selected
users, but the good part is that at least they are trying to fix them, they
still want our data and feedback but i guess that this want change anytime soon.
Anyway I started to get off topic here, sorry for this.