With ChangeWindows, we want to provide you with a full and as detailed as possible changelog about everything new in Windows.
The color used to indicate a build's main branch is always the color of the lowest ring it is in (the lowest ring is LTSB), otherwise, the color of the branch that applies is used.
Building a good and reliable changelog for Windows is a very hard task, which is why we have decided to draw somewhere the line for what we should cover and what we shouldn't. Here are some of our basic rules:
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We keep track of the market share between individual versions of Windows 10 (not builds, versions). This chart is an estimation based on market share. There is a margin of error and the actual numbers might differ.
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Our changelogs are written based on our own findings while using the build and Microsofts official announcements. However, every now and then, we miss something others found. Since we don't mention sources in our changelogs, here are the third parties we rely on every once in a while (it's rare):
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