Chris Hoffman of How-To-Geek has written an article critical of Microsoft's move to "Windows as a Service." He accuses Microsoft of updating Windows too much with new features instead of sticking to a yearly cadence with new updates like the corporation successfully did for decades. He argues that Windows is an OS and not a service. An OS needs to be properly bug tested for stability and reliability instead of new features added without fixing the last batch of security lapses and bugs. Please Microsoft, slow down. How about releasing a new version of Windows once per year instead? That's what Apple does, and Apple doesn't need "macOS as a Service" to do it. Just create a new version of Windows every year, give it a new name, and spend a lot of time polishing it and fixing bugs. Wait until it's stable to release it, even if you have to delay it. Offer every version of Windows as an optional free upgrade. If it's good, people will install it. If someone's hardware or software doesn't work correctly with the new release, let them stick with their old operating system.