Here's the problem with 1903 (and Windows, Microsoft) as I see it:
"People are still reporting issues with 1903, why was the Update Mega-Thread un-sticked here? I am eager to update from 1703, primarily for Dark File explorer as I'm tired of the searing white at night but the last time I attempted to do so (1809) the first major bug I discovered happened within like an hour and it was that I could no longer access the contextual menus of task-bar items. Right clicking on task-bar app icons would produce a contextual drop down menu but the instant I would attempt to place my cursor on them they would disappear.
I've been lurking here to see if / when all of the problems here would be addressed and I'm also using my PC for gaming (1080 Ti + 8700k).
I suppose the Microsoft employed mods felt it prudent to un-sticky this thread?
And I'm still seeing posts like this even after an update as of the 27th of June:
Doing some digging, apparently what happened is that Microsoft fired a large portion of the Quality Assurance team in 2014. Remember how solid Windows 7 was? Yeah that takes a lot of manpower.
"There's a fix, but in order to get that fix, you have to install Windows 1903, which is typical Microsoft logic," he said. "What they need to do is build the fix into 1903 and then release it."
Each Windows 10 update has experienced an onslaught of bugs. Many IT experts, including Warren, assert that Microsoft fired a majority of its quality assurance testing team in 2014 amid major layoffs. This left Microsoft customers to fill that role via their Insider rings program."
I guess Bill and Melinda Gates need more profit for their "benevolent" mission of reducing population in Africa with vaccines known to maim, induce autism and render women infertile and cause cancer. If that means firing 70% of the Q&A team and having the end-consumer bug-test (and lose data found on other drives because they were renamed in the process, or end up in a perpetual black-screen boot-loop) then that's what Corporate Capitalism, a system where three people in the leading nation of the world have more wealth than the bottom half of it's society, requires.
Partnering with Monsanto, recently acquired by Bayer, whose glyphosate laden frankenfoods are known to be carcinogenic and who is currently being sued willy nilly by farmers exposed to it, I would say they are a match made in heaven in that endeavor.
The World According to Monsanto