55 minutes ago, ScottWelker wrote
Re: "...don't understand W10 as a product...", I believe MS has essentially written off the business user in favor of the retail customer.
Well, the thing is, I have yet to meet someone who is excited by the prospect of a new forced "build" every three months which cripples your computer unusuable for an hour and changes GUI elements around just because they felt in the mood to do it yet again.
I just can't see the target audience for this. Even mobile OSes have a more-careful update-rate than Windows 10 (and you usually don't have a write a document, hold a presentation, do your homework or print out your thesis on Android!)
Oh, wait there is one target audience: Script-kiddies who like to tinker with the OS just for fun but do nothing productive. Some of them can be found on places like Neowin and Ubuntuforums.
Every driver-problem and service-pack is a joy, because this gives them the excuse to re-install the OS yet again. Windows 10 is tailor-made for this one group. They are pretty much the only ones who get excited at the thought of forced updates, fast-rings, slow-rings, preview-builds, insider-programs, update-branches and all the other W10-related ADHD drug-substitutes.