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    Yeah but they rarely listen to customer feedback anyways and just wing it
     
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    "Microsoft Paint appears on the Windows 10 Microsoft Store "

    - ...back in July 2017 that Microsoft announced that the classic Paint app wouldn’t be replaced by the new Paint 3D app that made its debut earlier in the year with the Windows 10 Creators Update.

    - Paint on the Microsoft Store comes with a new icon inspired by Microsoft’s Fluent Design, but overall it’s the same classic Paint app users know and love

    https://www.onmsft.com/news/microsoft-paint-appears-on-the-windows-10-microsoft-store

    MS finally listened to customer feedback... but it took 4 yrs
     
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    Windows 10 will soon let you tell Microsoft how you use your PC bleepingcomputer.com

    Windows 10 will soon let you select pre-configured categories, such as Gaming and Business, that tell the operating system how you plan on using the device.

    Yeah, Microsoft will add in more Telemetry and popups in coming Win 10 OS as services. They just can't see enough is enough.


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    Microsoft confirms Windows 10’s new feature will suggest tools and services windowslaatest.com - April 9, 2021

    For the past two months, Microsoft has been testing a new personalization setting that will suggest tools to help you optimize Windows 10. Based on your device usage, Microsoft says it will provide suggestions for tools, services and tips from various categories, such as schoolwork, gaming, entertainment, and more.
     
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    Why 16 is the new 8 for Windows 10 by Susan Bradley.
     
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    Like someone previously said:-Microsoft «with windows 10 it's not YOUR computer but OUR computer»
     
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    Two steps forward, one step backward
    Microsoft putting more development time into the Control Panel is a surprising move as they have been making a coordinated effort to port existing Control Panel applets to the modern Windows 10 Settings feature.

    In a blog post by Microsoft last year, Windows Insider Program Manager Brand LeBlanc announced Microsoft's goal was to align the Windows 10 Settings more closely to the legacy Control Panel.

    "There will be more improvements coming that will further bring Settings closer to Control Panel. If you rely on settings that only exist in Control Panel today, please file feedback and let us know what those settings are," Brandon LeBlanc, Senior Program Manager of the Windows Insider Program, shared in a blog post.

    Microsoft showed this later in the month when they began testing an automatic redirect from the System control panel to the About Settings page, marking what was believed to be the first step to the Control Panel's end.

    Other transitions from the control panel to Windows Settings include a modern Disk Management tool, updates to the Windows 10 Settings include a modern Disk Management Tool, new refresh rate settings, and updated battery settings.

    For this reason, it is a bit confusing as to why Microsoft would focus on updating an existing control panel rather than porting it to a new Windows 10 Settings page.


    Why on earth mess with the control panel in first place? The new modern Windows 10 Settings page is a disaster and should never ever been implemented!! Probably the worst in the whole OS outside the worse and worse performance for each new main update. This is Microsoft today...
    Reinventing the wheel - Wikipedia The new will never be as the old :(
     
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