Windows 10 version 1809 re-released. KB4464455 (Build 17763.107) available now

Windows 10 version 1809 re-released. KB4464455 (Build 17763.107) available now

The new Windows 10 October 2018 Update should also be easier to install as it promises to be 40 percent smaller and reduce system downtime by up to 31 percent, at least compared to the April 2018 Update. This led to the company pulling the software from its servers and halting the rollout for an undisclosed amount of time.

To get more details on the latest Windows 10 update, check out Microsoft's Windows 10 update history support page.

One of the most concerning problems with the Windows 10 October 2018 Update was an issue where files were being deleted after installing the update.

It's fair to say that on the whole, the updates applied to Windows 10 have been successful.

Also published on Medium. However, the year before the release of Windows 10 was the big reduction of staff, testing handed over by the developers and beta users of the program Windows Insider.

Microsoft generated its fair share of criticism following the October Update debacle. There'll be no nag messages (hooray!) and so users will need to check Windows Update to see if it's even available - don't mistake it for the Patch Tuesday updates.

Fans have been asking for a long while to have a say when it comes to installing important updates and it seems that Microsoft has finally chose to listen. Windows 10 19H1 is that build and will be released to end users during next spring.




However, Microsoft isn't automatically switching over preview build users over to the new light theme.

If you want to install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, you can go to the "Check for updates" function in your computer's settings. Open Settings, then Update & Security, and then Windows Update.

If you can't wait though, do a system check for a manual update.

As is the case with all updates, Windows 10 October 2018 update is being rolled out in a phased manner, so it may take a while for all PCs running Windows 10 to get the update.

Quality Trends Fortin's promise likely stems from the many quality issues that became apparent with the release of Windows 10 version 1809.

We've fixed a media display bug that was causing unexpected display rendering for some users.

This is the second semi-release that has had bugs at the time of rollout.

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