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In an homage to Harry Potter's every-flavour jelly beans, Microsoft unveils 'Lucky Dip' Windows 10 testing ring

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"While great for the enthusiasts keen to get their hands on the latest and greatest, this is not so good for those planning deployments where it is important to know what a given version of Windows 10 is going to look like."

Windows Insider fast ring isn't intended for people to plan their deployments in this way, thats what the other rings, namely the 'Release Preview Ring'. I get that its trendy to bash Microsoft, but these posts constantly whining about hiccups in the release processes are tiring.

OS development isn't easy.

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