Why Windows 10 Upgrades Go Wrong, and How to Avoid It

We tend to blame Linux when release upgrades go wrong, but the reality is, it’s just a hard thing to do—for any operating system:

“When you’ve got 300 million devices, there’s going to be edge cases that we don’t pick up,” said David Dennis, a Microsoft spokesman. He said the company was continuing to update the system to address problems.

This is probably why we’ll never have a Windows rolling release…

Why Windows 10 Upgrades Go Wrong, and How to Avoid It