Microsoft Finally Hits Pause on New Windows Features (Premium)

Microsoft Finally Hits Pause on New Windows Features

Microsoft only announced a handful of new features that will come to Windows 10 in a future upgrade. That's great news.

While we could generalize how Microsoft has improved---or at least added to---Windows 10 over each of its five releases, the one constant has been a piling on of new features. This made sense with the initial release, which had to fix all of the problems that Microsoft inflicted on the world with Windows 8. But its made less sense more recently as Windows 10 has matured and moved to a biannual release schedule.

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