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It's the second Tuesday of the month, and that makes it Patch Tuesday, the day that Microsoft releases new updates for all supported versions of Windows 10, going back to version 1507.
Today, Microsoft released a new cumulative update for those that are still using Windows 10 version 1809. This update will not be available from Windows Update; you can only install it manually.
Today, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 version 1809 in its Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro SKUs. Windows 10 Enterprise and Education are still supported for another six months.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage share report for Windows 10. This month, the May 2020 Update (2004) becomes the most used OS, and the October 2020 Update (20H2) makes its debut.
AdDuplex has released its monthly report on Windows 10 usage today, and version 1909 of the operating system has finally overtaken version 1903 to become the most popular version of Windows 10.
Windows 10 originally launched on July 29, 2015, and a lot of things have changed over the years. In fact, almost everything has changed, but it came slowly over the last five years.
According to AdDuplex, Windows 10 version 2004 is barely getting off the ground at 11.6% usage, while the year-old version 1903 is still the most popular version of the OS at 43.6%.
Microsoft updated its Windows 10 version 2004 dashboard today to confirm that it's using machine learning to increase the amount of machines that are being force-upgraded to the new update.
Today, AdDuplex released its monthly report showing the usage data for various versions of Windows 10. The year-old version 1903 is still the most popular, with version 2004 on 7% of Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft has acknowledged a bug that causes LSASS crashes, resulting in forced reboots. The problem affects Windows 10 versions 1809 and newer and has been added to the list of known issues.
As the company does when a Windows 10 version is nearing the end of support, Microsoft has started automatically updating those on Windows 10 version 1809 to the Windows 10 May 2020 Update.
Microsoft documented a couple of new known issues for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, one of which is that certain printers might be unable to print after this month's Patch Tuesday update.
AdDuplex released its monthly usage report today, showing which are the most popular versions of Windows 10, which is still 1903, as well as which are the most popular Surface PCs.
Microsoft today announced a number of changes to end of support and servicing dates. Most notable is Windows 10 version 1809, which is extended by six months for all users, including Home and Pro.
Today, AdDuplex published its monthly Windows 10 usage report, and there are no surprises. Once again, the latest version of the operating system shows a mild growth in user adoption.
Beginning in May, Microsoft will not be offering new optional cumulative updates for Windows 10. This applies to all supported versions, and it's so the company can focus on security.
AdDuplex has released its monthly market share report regarding Windows 10 devices, and, as expected, it shows that the November 2019 Update is gradually making its way to more devices.
AdDuplex released its monthly Windows 10 usage report today, showing that the November 2019 Update is now installed on 15.2% of Windows 10 devices, and Surface Pro 4 is the most widely used Surface.
Microsoft has updated the release information page for Windows 10 version 1909, which now states that the company is starting to automatically install the new version on PCs running version 1809.
AdDuplex released its monthly Windows 10 usage report today, showing that the May 2019 Update is now installed on 56.6% of Windows 10 devices. The October 2018 Update is down to 25%.
AdDuplex published its monthly Windows 10 usage report, showing that version 1903 is now installed on 45.5% of Windows 10 devices. It also shows that the Surface Pro 4 is the most-used Surface.
AdDuplex published its monthly Windows 10 usage share report today, showing that the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is finally on a third of all Windows 10 PCs, a big jump from last month.
AdDuplex today released its monthly Windows 10 usage report, showing that the majority of Windows 10 users are still on a version of the operating system that's over a year old, with 1803 on 53.4%.
AdDuplex released its monthly Windows 10 usage report, which is based on over 5,000 apps that use its SDK. The new report shows that the May 2019 Update is still on only 6.3% of Windows 10 PCs.
AdDuplex released its monthly Windows 10 usage report, which is based on over 5,000 apps that use its SDK. The new report shows that the April 2018 Update is still on 61.1% of Windows 10 PCs.
AdDuplex published its monthly Windows 10 usage reporting, showing that over six months after its release, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is still on just 29.3% of Windows 10 devices.
AdDuplex published its monthly Windows 10 usage reporting, showing that over five months after its release, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is still on just 26.4% of Windows 10 devices.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage reports, showing that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update is still king, as it's installed on 83.6% of Windows 10 PCs, with its successor on a paltry 6.6%.
After numerous setbacks after its initial release earlier this year, Microsoft has now amended its update history page for Windows 10 to reflect the availability of version 1809 to "advanced users".
Quite a few updates showed up this week with fixes for a number of Windows 10 versions (including 1809), an interesting teaser for Obsidian's next RPG, and a lot more. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft has updated its documentation for the latest cumulative update for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update with a new known issue. This one affects the Seek Bar in the Windows Media Player.
With Thanksgiving this past week, it's been a little silent on the Insider preview front. That said, there's plenty of other news to highlight, so be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
While the Window 10 October 2018 Update has been plagued with issues so far, there's still lots to be done. Microsoft has detailed multiple other known issues with the new feature update.
Today is Patch Tuesday, which means it's time to update your PC. But due to the way Microsoft is rolling out the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, you should probably stay away from Windows Update.
After over a month since Microsoft released Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809 and then pulled them from servers. Now, the company is re-releasing both of the operating systems.
Over a month after it was initially released and after multiple issues, Microsoft today is re-releasing the Windows 10 October 2018 Update. The fix has been tested by Insiders since two weeks ago.
Two big gaming announcements surfaced this week, as well as a rather nasty activation bug. Of course, Insiders got a new build, and even OneDrive received some enhancements. Be sure to catch up below.
It's been over a month now since Microsoft pulled the Windows 10 October 2018 Update from Windows Update, and the company has said almost nothing about it since the original announcement.
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been delayed for over a month now, and as it turns out, it's affecting OEMs just as much as its affecting consumers, with devices shipping with old software.