With today being the official start of summer many Insiders have started complaining that Microsoft has not started distributing Windows 10 19H2 to Insiders.
The issue stems from a promise Microsoft made in February when they said they would “begin to release 19H2 bits to Insiders later this spring”:
Brandon LeBlanc from the Windows 10 Inside Program responded by saying:
Our definition of "spring" doesn't necessarily match to exactly when spring ends and summer begins. It'll happen when we're ready. We're not operating against a deadline. Call it a "delay" if you want. ????
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) June 21, 2019
While it is widely acknowledged that Windows 10 19H2 will be a very minor update, Microsoft is once again being accused of miscommunicating to their enthusiast community.
Do our readers agree that if Microsoft is planning to use imprecise language they should actually communicate more, not less? Let us know below.