Windows 10 October Update available for users who update manually




Windows 10 update 1809, also known as the October Update, will be distributed to all ‘advanced users’ by December 17, who will manually click on ‘Check for updates’ and who have no known compatibility issues.

Microsoft announces that on the history page of the update: “Version 1809 is now fully available to advanced users who manually check for updates via Windows Update.” On the same page, some problems are listed that result in users having to deal with an upgrade block . This happens with certain Intel Display Drivers, vpn clients, Trend Micro security software and HD2000 and 4000 gpu’s from AMD.

Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that manually checking for updates could result in the installation of a preview version for testing purposes, which actually turns a user into a tester.

The Windows 10 October Update was initially released in October , as the name suggests. Shortly afterwards, the reports began to flow into the most known problem with the update: users could not find files, folders and programs. A one-month break followed, in which Microsoft solved the problem. Halfway through November , the Redmond company resumed the rollout .


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