Re: "Build 18932 is all about accessibility.."
I DO understand why he's smoking mad, and you don't.
I was called Friday afternoon on Jul 5th and was told that the main pc at an office 'kept booting'. I knew what it was since I've dealt with it before - an update from Microsoft that was forced on the pc and failed. Great - 6:30am Sat I made the 120 mile, 2 hour drive to this office, walked in and watched this pc 'rolling back update, please wait, boot, installing update please wait, fail error flash for milliseconds, rolling back update, please wait... Fast forward to Mon 8:30pm after spending the weekend trying to get this pc in any reasonable state, buying a new pc, sitting on phone while business application people installed needed software.
The point is I'm down 480 miles in travel, 8 hours sitting in the car, 36 hours of my time, cost of a new pc and an expensive software reinstallation charge ON A PC THAT WAS WORKING PERFECTLY DAYS AGO.
I have NO say in whether or not this update happens. There is NO 'skip this forced update'. If you know of one, please let me know.
Pissed off and ready to use a lot of uppercase typing? You bet. If you haven't been through this experience you don't know. Microsoft's forced update policy has wasted my time and money and I'm pissed off about it because there's nothing I can do about it.