Wednesday October 31, 2018

Windows 10 October Update Might Not Launch In October

Following a number of bugs, Microsoft has repeatedly delayed the global roll-out of the "Windows 10 October 2018 Update." Yesterday, Microsoft fixed the zip file bug in a new release, and pushed the build out to Windows Insiders. Pushing updates to the "Release Preview" ring usually means an official release is imminent, but it's unclear if the October 2018 update will actually make it to most Windows 10 PCs in October. According to a recent AdDuplex report, Windows 10 version 1809 only made it to about 2.3% of PCs worldwide.

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As Windows 10 October 2018 Update went out to "seekers" on October 2nd and then was pulled back before it went to everyone else, it didn't get a chance to make a serious dent in the April Update numbers.