Losing 1 % is losing 1 % or losing 170 milliion is losing 170 million. Loss is loss. Don't try to game the statistics to support your position. I, on the other hand, just saw the number and used it without intent to game.When comparing companies like Microsoft we need to go by % and not numbers, as the userbase of Microsoft is way larger than the competition.
Microsoft has admitted otherwise. So you are stating something that is counter to what Microsoft itself has stated.most of the issues people have with Windows Updates are related to third-party software and hardware.
Isn't that wonderful for you. But you don't represent user-land. And the reports from user-land for decades are contrary to your experiences. What you are doing here is attempting to discount the many millions of negative experiences reported by others by simply limiting everything to the scope of your own experience.My Settings only got reset once on the first major upgrade, and I never had apps installed without my consent. So W10 is pretty much part of the family now, I haven't seen a W7 machine in years, even at work all the companies I been to, have fully migrated to W10.
The fact that people have so many problems with Windows is substantiated by the proliferation of support forums like this one and the literally thousands of posts describing all manner of issues - many of which are reliability issues inherent to Windows. Not to mention the ongoing extensive reports that appear immediately after every single Windows Update. So according to you, all those reports must be fabrications because you haven't experienced any of them, except for a single time.
Plus, if a person talks to IT Pros, a significant portion of them would like nothing more than to get out from under Microsoft and Windows. It's not some dreamed-up fallacy. All it takes is merely talking to people. They will make their positions clear if you are willing to listen.
There are literally thousands upon thousands saying the very same things about Microsoft and Windows... here and other places. It's all generally accepted. What surprises me is that same things stated on a site such as Sysnative creates no waves, but on the security forums - where fanboism is rampant - it creates a ruckus. A ruckus that really shouldn't exist because we are talking about generally accepted facts. So what's the difference between a site such as Sysnative and one such as MT ? My observation is that on the security forums there are more people that cannot effectively cope with anything posted that they don't like regarding their software love affairs.Ignore Lockdown, is a waste of time.