Microsoft starts automatic distribution Windows 10 October 2018 Update




Microsoft has started the phased automatic distribution of the October 2018 Update to Windows 10 users. Those who have not yet manually implemented the update can expect a report in the coming weeks.

Microsoft first brings the October 2018 Update via Windows Update to systems that according to the company’s data have ‘the best update experience’, ie that are not expected to experience any problems. That is on the status page about the update to Windows 10 version 1809, the October 2018 Update. Windows Latest saw that that page was updated Wednesday.

The automatic distribution follows the release of the software to users who manually click on ‘Check for updates’. That happened on December 18, 2018. The automated distribution now marks a new step in a difficult update process for Windows 10.

The Windows 10 October Update appeared in October , but soon users reported losing files, folders and programs. In mid-November , the Redmond company resumed its spread cautiously with small groups of users. In the meantime, the company added multiple cumulative updates to fix multiple bugs. Anyone who still has doubts can postpone the update manually and making a backup is recommended in any case for the implementation of updates.


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