No doubt Microsoft's next version of Windows 10 will assume you have a foldable device and be really geared towards it, despite nobody wanting or owning one.
As if to remind a Microsoft world engorged with excitement at the new and shiny Windows 10X, the Insider team emitted an update last night to point out that vanilla Windows 10 is still a thing. 20H1, aka Windows 2004, has been in a moribund, nearasdammit done state for a while now. After Microsoft patched pretty much the …
Wednesday 12th February 2020 20:40 GMT Anonymous Coward
Only one thing is certain
It will need a security update when it arrives. I wonder if it's just a coincidence that Microsoft and Boeing are both located in Seattle and both have issues with their software? It seems to be the way the world sort of tries to work these days. Bugs? No worries, the programmers will move them tomorrow.
Thursday 13th February 2020 11:56 GMT Tom Paine
Thursday 13th February 2020 13:52 GMT EnviableOne
Thursday 13th February 2020 18:24 GMT Charlie Clark
Re: Windows versioning
As it's supposed to be a rolling release OS it was a deliberate decision not to have update names like SP1 and so that have been used in the past: you will install the update. Unless, like on one of the systems my customers have, for some reason you can't.
I can understand why they do this: most people really don't care what particular flavour of Windows they have so I think the downside on the brand probably wasn't that important. Ask people what version of the OS they have on their phone and most will neither nor care. But Microsoft's execution of this approach has repeatedly been lacking.