Thanks to Windows 10, Microsoft wants to reconnect with its users. Proof of this is, the firm has concentrated in its new OS a set of modifications aimed at responding to criticisms made of Windows 8, and monitoring will continue thanks to the Feedback app.
We now know that Windows 10 will benefit from continuous and regular updates. However, the user will no longer be able to pause them and will have to accept them no matter what. Still, Microsoft announces that it listens to critics, and that a Feedback application will keep contact with the firm.
The application will remain active to send suggestions to Microsoft including in the final version. Windows 10 is expected for July 29, a first major update is already scheduled before the end of the year.