Today a big list of optional updates showed up.
Reading the KB articles seems to imply that they're all relatively small bugfixes (sometimes bugfixes of previous bugfixes) or slight feature improvements. But they're mostly quite vague.
Not that bugfixes aren't usually welcome, but what's up with this? Usually bugfixes get "rolled up" into bigger packages. Is Microsoft trying to drive home the thought that we don't really want to be managing updates microscopically, and therefore will start to welcome the "hands off" approach Windows 10 is delivering?
What worries me is that they're optional. Have they been tested less? How can we really know whether it would be beneficial or detrimental to install such optional updates? I don't really know whether most folks always install all the optional ones or never do...