Ed Bott close to Ejaculation as Windows 10 Creators Update nears release!

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Re: Ed Bott close to Ejaculation as Windows 10 Creators Update nears release!

Post: #3450 brainout
22 Mar 2017, 21:52


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Re: Ed Bott close to Ejaculation as Windows 10 Creators Update nears release!

Post: #3457 hupostasis
24 Mar 2017, 23:04

Looks like Ed Bott is slapping his dink around glorifying the creator's update (which by the way, this article has so little substance it may as well have been written by Donald Trump, Trump Bott):
http://www.zdnet.com/article/as-the-win ... hats-next/

Hmmm, that's a good nickname for Ed Bott, the "microtrump" who says Windows 10 will make PCs great again. Problem is, he doesn't mention any of the newfound issues with MS baking in telemetry, cortana and CEIP.

Ed "Microtrump" Butt wrote:Subsequent waves will roll out slowly to other devices, with Microsoft engineers again watching telemetry for problems that can be fixed with cumulative updates that could come more often than the usual monthly Patch Tuesday release. (Because this is a brand-new code base, these cumulative updates in the first month or two can be very small and install relatively quickly.)

Ed Bott is STILL perpetuating that gimmick. Microsoft has not revealed explicitly what they collect in telemetry, you'd have to be a dead-brain drooling monkey to casually say "watching telemetry for problems". And we KNOW it's not exclusively crash reports. Furthermore, if it was truly just that, then why is Microsoft getting more agressive about people turning it off???
Don't even get me started on the fact that the MS "telemetry engineers" don't seem to fix major issues that ripple across multiple machines--or the fact telemetry engineers refused to fix the bug that GOOGLE had to disclose. D'oh.