Microsoft accused of a fundamentally flawed Windows 10 development process – MSPoweruser

By now we are all aware of the fiasco which has been the release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, but we probably already forgot that the April 2018 update was also delayed due to late-breaking bugs which caused blue screens on some PCs.

Ars Technica has taken a closer look at the development of Windows, and they believe Microsoft’s process of developing their operating system was flawed from the get-go,  all the way back to even Windows 7.

They note that Microsoft has a process of actually writing code for new features of only a few weeks, and then spending the rest of the time (of several months) integrating the software and then ironing out bugs before release. This meant poor quality, unreliable software was introduced to the Windows 10 code base, and if issues are not found, delivered to the end user.v

Source: Microsoft accused of a fundamentally flawed Windows 10 development process – MSPoweruser

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