And now Microsoft is dropping details from KB articles that describe what the update is for unless they deem it as significant or important enough to promote. It sounds like they are treating Windows like a mobile app -- notorious for update notes that read "bug fixes and enhancements". I'm puzzled how Microsoft seems to think Windows updates to enterprise customers are equivalent to updates to Facebook on Android?
Furthermore if home users are serving as another level of beta testers before enterprise users get Windows updates it just leads to opportunity for Windows to get bad press from an update gone wrong.
IMO both of these issues just add to the bad-mouthing of Windows in the enterprise. Why give business customers another reason to look at Apple or Google? Is Microsoft back to the idea that Windows is impervious to market share loss? Sure sounds like it.