After all, Windows 10 is supposed to be “the last version of Windows”.
It’s “Windows as a service”, continually updated and fixed by developers who are listening to Windows users and improving things.
That’s the promise, anyway.
We’ve been using the Windows 10 Anniversary Update for awhile now, so let’s see what complaints Microsoft has succeeded (and failed) to deliver on.
Failure: Windows 10 Still Uses Your Upload Bandwidth to Share Updates Success: Windows Store Apps Are No Longer a Closed Platform