Bug fixes and
that’s what we most often read under ‘App Store -> Updates’ when looking into the notes of developers.
Inextricably linked with apps are small animals which most aggressive life forms are well-known from tropical areas and called BUGS. Today we have them also massively in temperate zones and they are distributed for free by Apple, Google, medium-sized companies, and individual enterprises via Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.
Did you miss Microsoft in my enumeration?
Ta-dah! With Windows 10 Microsoft deploys a bug-free OS. For sure. Maybe. Or not?
“Microsoft has argued that the staggered release of any one update – first to participants of its Insider beta program, then to the CB, finally to the CBB – will result in higher-quality updates that have been tested by millions of customers each step of the way. That testing and the resulting improvements in an update’s quality, Microsoft has said, means that users, especially business users, can unilaterally accept each update without worrying about something breaking, or even without the widespread testing IT staffs have historically done when faced with changes.”
To comment on this statement let’s modify a saying of Albert Einstein
“Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love.”
and replace it with
“Microsoft is not responsible for people replacing their screen by a BSOD.”
Although bugs don’t like chemicals, do not use them inside or outside your iThing. I’m sure it won’t be a case for Apple Care .
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