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Microsoft will no longer detail Windows 10 updates unless they’re significant

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Recently, Microsoft released a couple of cumulative updates for Windows 10. With the recent updates, Microsoft hasn’t delivered any detailed changelogs or a lot of info on the updates. Now, Microsoft states that the company will be detailing the Windows Updates only if they’re significant. A Microsoft spokesperson told The Register:

“As we have done in the past, we post KB articles relevant to most updates which we’ll deliver with Windows as a service. Depending on the significance of the update and if it is bringing new functionality to Windows customers, we may choose to do additional promotion of new features as we deploy them.”

This is kind of interesting as a lot of power users may want to know the details about a Windows Update. Personally, I don’t really care about the update details, but there are a lot of people who’d probably like to know details about a Windows Update.

Do you care about Windows Update changelogs if they’re not significant? Discuss in the comment section below.

Source: The Register


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  • Cow466

    with WIn-10 the user has NO INFLUENCE on updates.

    With earlier versions, I still check to see if updates are crapware, needed or not – for instance I don’t install the monthly “remove mailware…” updates.

    With Windows-10, MS has taken 100% control (until the independent developers and/or crackers makes this “a free choice” again).
    With NO CONTROL, as of now (august 2015), why pay interest – one have to change version – that is, roll back to an earlier OS-version og change to Linux-etc, to avoid the update …

    Hope I’m wrong with this – but I have read more placves, that updates cannot be user-selected with WIndows-10…