As Microsoft continues to expand the pool of people who are getting the Windows 10 May 2020/2004 update automatically, it’s also expanding the group that will have something called the “Windows Feature Experience Pack” installed on their machines. Given this feature pack, which has been known about since at least December 2019, is coming to users’ machines en masse, you’d think Microsoft would be sharing more about what it is and why it’s there. But nope.
I asked again this week about the Feature Experience Pack. A spokesperson provided the official response: “Microsoft has nothing to share.”
So, what about an unofficial response? I’ve been asking around and got some information about the Windows Feature Experience Pack.
You can see the Windows Feature Experience Pack listed as one of the Features on Demand for Windows 10 and Windows Server. This list also includes Internet Explorer, Notepad, the