The latest fiasco to befall Windows 10 – Microsoft two weeks ago pulled the fall feature upgrade from distribution and urged those already with a copy not to install it – has triggered calls for the company to get its act together.
"Microsoft really needs to get a handle on this. They're running out of time," said Chris Goettl, product manager with client security and management vendor Ivanti, when asked his reaction to the show-stopping problem of deleted user files. "If Microsoft wants to continue down this track of the Windows 10 [rapid release] model, its upgrades and updates must be of better quality than they have been."
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