One of the unexpected and unwelcome side effects of Microsoft’s push to Windows as a Service is that its documentation has become an unruly mess.
The problem isn’t a lack of information. Microsoft’s generally been doing a good job of describing high-level changes in Windows and then supplying lots of technical detail about those changes in relatively short order. That’s especially true for topics that matter to developers and to people deploying Windows at scale in enterprise shops.
The trouble is finding those details when you need them. Important information is scattered about Microsoft.com like so many puzzle pieces, and it can be a challenge to try to fit those pieces together. For technicians, support specialists, and power users, the move to semi-annual updates is a special challenge. It’s practically