• Will Windows transition to one update a year?



    By Woody Leonhard

    Windows 10 upgrades have had a rocky past, with minimally useful new versions cropping up two — or even three! — times a year.

    I assume that an exceedingly few Windows users want that much churn. The entire process has brought more smoke than light.

    But it now looks like Microsoft will finally fall back to just one new “feature” release each year. Arguably, we’re there already. Raise your hand if you can remember the Windows versions that lasted two, four, six, or even more years.

    Read the full story in AskWoody Plus Newsletter 17.31.0 (2020-08-10).