Word is going around that Microsoft has adopted a "business feature first, consumer features last" policy for Windows 10. Petri reports they've been hearing this rumor over and over again the last couple of months. Basically, if a new feature doesn't add value for corporate clients, it will not be prioritized. One of the reasons for this is a bigger focus on the corporate market, which is a more valuable target for Microsoft than the consumer market.
I can say one thing with confidence though, and I have been hearing this for several months; it’s business features first, consumer features last. If a new feature does not add value for its corporate customers (where Microsoft makes a significant portion of its Windows revenue) then it’s not a direct priority.
Employees inside the company are echoing a similar frustration to management about the direction of Windows as its future has been waffling for the past couple of years. Most notably, with the platform now being demoted internally as it does not have a representative on the Senior Leadership team and when you add in the frequent failures for consumer use-cases, it has been a demoralizing experience.