As Windows 10 Fall Creators Update development winds down, it’s time to examine whether Microsoft will come through on its promises for this release. This is no small issue, frankly: With Windows 10, the firm has a spotty track record doing so with every release.
And that’s a problem. Microsoft in general, and the Windows team specifically, absolutely intend to do the right thing, I’m sure of it. But they often do not. And as I’ve often observed over the years, the thing that Microsoft gets wrong most consistently is communications. This falls (ahem) into that category.