Because Putting Resources on the Most Severe Problems Is For Suckers

Maybe Microsoft just doesn’t give a damn about security. Hands-on with Windows 10’s new Start Menu

So for the past 4 months, Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday fixed more than 120 errors in their products. So where is Microsoft choosing to expend resources?

During a Windows Insider webcast, Microsoft teased its vision for a new Windows 10 Start Menu that features partially transparent theme-aware tiles to showcase the new Fluent-based colorful icons.

Microsoft said it will bring the new Start Menu to your devices with Windows 10 version 20H2, which is expected to arrive in October or November.

Of course they are.

I don’t know about you, but when I am working on my PC, it never occurs to me to think, “If only they would upgrade the start menu…” And that was really not the case when I was fighting thru the issues I encountered BECAUSE of Patch Tuesday.

One thought on “Because Putting Resources on the Most Severe Problems Is For Suckers

  1. It only took one word and one number to make me go from Windows 7 to a Macbook Pro.

    Windows 10.

    Haven’t regretting the jump. I did it in 2016.

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