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Since the beginning, some of us have been bashing the hell out of Windows 10 from how horrendous it looked to all the worrying and paranoia about telemetry and forced updates. Also, of how ridiculously broken the recent 1809 update was which brought woe to many customers. Now, this will all change when Microsoft have finally upped their game and actually improve on their mistakes as well as bring new things that will actually work out.
First, was the announcement of Edge being redone completely from scratch with the Chromium engine (which had already been discussed here) and now, the Start Menu will be toned down and be of less ads and that, closely resembling the one seen for the LTSB edition. Also, major improvements for the humble Notepad. Most of this will be part of a major update called "19H1" which will come in April 2019 and hopefully, this will make things a lot better for the OS we loved to hate since the start but even so, I'm still sceptical, and probably still don't wish to use it myself especially when telemetry is still a concern (not unless that's finally addressed). I guess they're making these changes when Windows 7's end is nearing but even so, they would've done these things much sooner I think.
So, let's all gather round and discuss if this is really for the better, and should we give Mr Nadella more respect and that.