The work has improved the OS, but at the same time, it has also increased the probability of more bugs.
Now, a new leak indicates that the company could change its update delivery system to let users grab just the good stuff from future Windows releases.
Here's all about it.
Currently, Windows updates take a lot of time
When Microsoft releases a feature update for Windows 10, it has to be installed as a complete package.
The computer issues a notification about the update's availability, then downloads and installs it by booting the computer.
Now, the thing is, the process takes a lot of time and introduces all the features, even the unnecessary ones, and bugs associated with them at once.
Microsoft could be working on a solution
To tackle this issue and give users a bit more control over updates, Microsoft is apparently working on a way to split the features of future releases and deliver them individually through Windows Store.
The report of this capability has been suggested by popular leaker WalkingCat on the basis of two dummy Microsoft apps recently spotted on the Windows Store.
Here's the tweet from WalkingCat
the "Windows Feature Experience Pack" dummy app in the store recently changed its icon to a download icon, so its basically the "downloadable" part of Windows https://t.co/QYcXn66NGc