Microsoft, Transparency, and You (Premium)


After pointlessly making us wait for months to discover what Windows 10 version 19H2 was all about, Microsoft talked up its “commitment to transparency.”

Look, I’m glad that Windows 10 version 19H2 worked out the way it did. And that’s true both personally and in my self-appointed role as Microsoft customer/community advocate. As I noted last night in A Windows 10 Field Guide Update, Microsoft’s decision to turn 19H2 into the Service Pack/R2-type release that Mary Jo Foley and others have been calling for will help me get the book caught up and, better yet, keep it that way for a long, long time to come.

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