From that Neowin thread post by JorgeA:
In the setup screen, it will automatically use DHCP for your network - there is absolutely no option to change this to a static IP until you've booted to windows and done the pre-complete updates, so this really negates the point of installing updates before putting you into the OS if you can't do something as simple as configure your **** network card.
How stupid. They are artificially creating problems in areas that worked just fine before. Worktime well spent!
Anyway, more complaining
Had to laugh at this fantard:
User: Microsoft, build us a better OS.
Microsoft: No problem! We would like you to opt-in with anonymous data collection so that we can see how people are using the OS and cater to that.
User: Wha? Send you info about how I use my OS, No way! Invasion of privacy! Keylogger!
Microsoft: ...so you want us to improve the OS, but not have a method to see how people use the OS now?
That my friends, is how we end up with OS atrocities.
LOL. The OS atrocities happened after the extensive data minings started. Just by telemetry you won't get any good product. I don't uninstall programs often, but removing the uninstall function would be a catastrophe. But Microsoft is operating on exactly that premise (most networks are on DHCP, so let's remove any other options etc.) and this leads to just retarded results at the end.
Fantards: The lowest forms of life.