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Memo to Microsoft: Windows 10 is broken, and the fixes can't wait

JohnFen Silver badge

"which is why there is one additional round of testing that the article didn't go into - end users"

Except that kind of testing is inadequate, no matter how many millions are in on it, for a number of reasons such as that the testing covers the use cases of home users, not corporate users (and even then, by definition, only the "happy path" will be heavily "tested"), there is no adequate reporting of problems found, and so forth.

This notion that you can make up for a lack of quality by increasing quantity is fallacious.

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