Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Jul 1, 2019.
...because going with just one release per year was too simple. Now we have monthly cumulative updates, and then we have a bigger one. Or, a "semi-feature update". Without the features. That's the half-ass hipster way of being professional, I guess. What a mess. There is no strategy in Windows, it all depends on the mood and the color of Dona's dress at the day. The weirder, the better.
PS: I have no insights into their development processes, but I wouldn't be surprised if this is an example of how "Agile" and "DevOps" are failing.
Dona is all about best selfie pouts, twitter flair and giving zero f**ks for Windows development.
OK, so we have been receiving two big feature updates each year, and people complained. Now we have one feature update, and cumulative updates each month (which people wanted) and people complain. Hilarious!
So, where did you hear this? Do you follow her twitter feed? This isn't what I have been reading.
Dona stopped posting about insider preview releases all together, only traveling and projects these days.
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We have to remember that is Dona's personal twitter account, not a Microsoft twitter account.
So at the end when they want to release 1909 to public we will get one huge CU(huge in comparision with normal CUs) and jump into 1909?
I think they won’t call it 1909 external, internal it’s called 19H2.
so if were running .207 we update to this .10000 service pack 1?
Again, only when you are signed in at the Insider Preview SLOW ring.
i understand that so this is a higher build update from .207
The 19H2 Insider Preview updates are in no way related to the .207 public update, but they contain the same fixes.
got it public is 19H1
anyone tested? better perfomance?
Compared to what? The cu to 18362.10000 contains the same fixes as the cu to 18362.207 does.
Shouldn't they be releasing a CU for 19H2 now?