There is an increasingly annoying trend among many development tools nowadays to intentionally omit useful information when displaying an error message to the end-user. It has become a habit for developers behind many popular software, where they would actively try to hide such information from the user.
This also includes Microsoft products.
I don't agree with these kinds of desicions; and in contrast to what the product designers might perceive, I believe the actions to hide information to be a bad UX design.
While there might be several reasons as to why this might be useful (removing sensitive information, etc),