Microsoft’s latest feature update for Windows 10 doesn’t paint a very good picture for Windows as a Service, so is it time to dial things back a bit? Windows as a Service allows Microsoft to update Windows 10 on a regular basis with patches, security updates, and indeed new features. These new features arrive in the form of “major updates” that Microsoft has committed to releasing twice a year. While two major updates a year allows Microsoft to innovate and get new features out faster, it also causes a lot of headaches for the end-user. Microsoft’s latest feature update for Windows 10, known as the April 2018 update, has proven exceptionally problematic for a lot of users. Users across the web have been struggling with issues around dedicated GPUs, Bluetooth connectivity, notifications that wrongly alert the user of low storage, and a whole lot more. Are two Windows 10 updates a year doing more to hurt users than help them?
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