Isuppose I should be pleased that error messages are getting friendlier. Sure, Windows 10’s stability (or lack thereof) hasn’t always filled me with confidence, but at least when things go pear-shaped it tells me something that sounds like it’s been written by a human being.
‘The server stumbled, page could not be loaded’ is easier to take than ‘Windows store error, exception xxxgetstuffed’, even if it means you’ll be jumping through hoops for the next two hours just to get a few updates to download. And while I’m not a big fan of ‘We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer’, at least it explains roughly what’s gone wrong.