If Microsoft’s patchers keep it up, folks might start to think that they know what they’re doing.

Last night we saw the release of KB 4476976, which is a bug-fixing patch for Win10 version 1809. The fix itself isn’t remarkable (more about that later). What’s amazing is the delivery mechanism.

Once again, Microsoft is making use of the Windows Insider Program Release Preview Ring in the way it was originally intended — to release test versions of cumulative updates, before they head out to the general populace.

Interesting concept. It’s called "testing," I believe. Demonstrably, Microsoft has had problems in that department.

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