In our previous post We mentioned the wide release of the May 2021 Update (version 21H1) and that it is now offered to everyone running systems with the May 2020 Update (version 2004) and October 2020 Update (version 20H2).
One point we did not dwell on much is that the company for the updating of this version (21H1) uses methods of machine learning and artificial intelligence for the automatic upgrade of devices.
"We will continue to train our machine learning in all phases to bring smart new versions of Windows 10 and provide a smooth updating experience," says Microsoft.
What does this mean;
It means that those who use Windows 10 are training the company's Machine Learning. The company learns from its mistakes and updates the Machine Learning, creating a very smart system. But the mistakes that train Microsoft MM happen in our systems, around the world.
The above finding is based on the company's announcements, and the massive tests it performs through the Windows Insider program. Of course, many of you have also experienced problems with "fixed" versions of Windows 10.
All these problems that are presented, are recorded through telemetry and make the company's Machine Learning algorithm much smarter.
We hope that at some point the algorithm will become so smart that Microsoft will not need so many beta testers to succeed with Windows 10.