Microsoft has evidently decided to deploy a new strategy for talking about its Fall Creators Update. Instead of revealing all of its information in one go, we’re seeing data trickle out in blog posts and direct communication. The company unveiled a new service, dubbed Autopilot, which can deploy a full suite of productivity software from the cloud, rather than dealing with standard image installation tools.
Here’s how Microsoft describes its service. (It begins by noting that getting a new PC should be a “magical experience for an employee,” which makes me wonder if anyone at Microsoft has ever gotten a standard business system for anything, ever.)
Well thats an amazing example of a handfull of pc's with around 5,000 crashes. it looks like autocrash dialog box pictorial . i am guessing this is a quick fix to keep sales up until better windows is developed. oh i cant wait to see this drop..
And garbage like this are why so many businesses have an abhorrent IT staff and fall victim so easily to scams and exploits.