Please Microsoft, slow down. How about releasing a new version of Windows once per year instead?
That’s what Apple does, and Apple doesn’t need “macOS as a Service” to do it. Just create a new version of Windows every year, give it a new name, and spend a lot of time polishing it and fixing bugs. Wait until it’s stable to release it, even if you have to delay it.
Offer every version of Windows as an optional free upgrade. Don’t force people to upgrade immediately. Don’t trick people into installing the new operating system just because they clicked “Check for Updates.” If it’s good, people will install it.
Is Windows as a Service failing?
Posted on Tuesday, November 20 2018 @ 11:11 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck