Windows 10

Windows 10 users have download a number of small updates for the operating system since it launched on July 29, but so far Microsoft has not offered any specific details of what these update fix or improve. Now a new statement from a Microsoft spokesperson claims that will apparently be the norm for most Windows 10 updates.

According to what Microsoft told The Register

"As we have done in the past, we post KB articles relevant to most updates which we'll deliver with Windows as a service. Depending on the significance of the update and if it is bringing new functionality to Windows customers, we may choose to do additional promotion of new features as we deploy them."

While most Windows 10 users will likely not care that Microsoft won't offer detailed change logs for every single update, there will still be a small number of tech-savvy customers who might be disappointed with this decision.

Source: The Register; Via: Neowin