A trip down memory lane...
Back in the days of Windows NT4, when the blue screens of death were a joke repeated by the clueless, the numbers on the screen actually meant something. Of course they where unintelligible to users, but us support people could read them and figure out which driver to remove or replace.
When Microsoft introduced Windows 2000 and said, repeatedly and with great emphasis, that they were improving error messages, we knew the days of interpreting the errors were over. What they did was remove the actual error and simply log something like "An Error was reported by asdf_service." All of the detail that could have given some meaning to the message was lost.
It's the same thing now. When Microsoft has all levels of minions repeating their latest "improvement" mantra, you can be sure that they've just disguised their errors in some new package.
In this case, the total package is called Windows 10.