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This month's Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 10 version 1909 is causing some users to face issues with logging into the desktop versions of Teams, Outlook, and OneDrive for Business.
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates for all supported versions of Windows. Windows 10 version 1909 is getting its last update for regular users, as support ends this month.
Windows 10 versions 1803, 1809, and 1909 are reaching the end of support today. Versions 1909 and 1809 will still be supported for some enterprise customers, but 1803 will not receive updates anymore.
With Windows 10 version 1909 - that is running on 11% of PCs - reaching the end of support next week, Microsoft has removed all blockers preventing users from updating to versions 2004 and 20H2.
AdDuplex's monthly usage share report for Windows 10 shows that version 20H2 is close to replacing version 2004 as the most popular version of the OS. Version 2004 usage has begun dropping.
AdDuplex has released its Windows 10 usage report for the month of March, and the latest version of the OS has grown significantly to almost 30%. Version 2004 isn't falling, however.
AdDuplex has released its monthly report on Windows 10 usage, and it shows that version 20H2 continues to grow at a steady pace, but remains the third most popular option with 20% share.
Just a couple of days after Patch Tuesday, Microsoft today released Windows 10 build 18363.1379, an out-of-band update for 1909 that addresses blue screen issues when connecting to Wi-Fi via WPA3.
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 has posted an update to its Windows 10 release information dashboard to indicate that both Windows 10 versions 2004 and 1909 are now designated for broad deployment.
Today is the second Tuesday of the month, and that means that all supported versions of Windows 10 are getting mandatory cumulative updates today. For consumers, that's version 1909 and up.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage report covering different versions of Windows 10, showing that the latest update is growing steadily. Version 1909 has regained some market share this month.
With the end of support just a month away, users on Windows 10 version 1903 will find that Microsoft is automatically upgrading their PC to a newer version, but not one that's too new.
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.
Microsoft announced that it is backporting WSL2 to Windows 10 versions 1903 and 1909. Cumulative updates are rolling out now to bump 1903 and 1909 builds to 18362.1049 and 18363.1049, respectively.
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%.
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 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.
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, saying that anyone who looks for updates through Windows Update will now be able to get the latest version of the OS.
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.
Microsoft has added a known issue for Windows 10 version 1903 and version 1909 to reflect that there's an upgrade block in place for users of Avast or AVG antvirus software. It needs an external fix.
Microsoft added a support document today to say that the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, or version 1909, is now available to install via the Update Assistant tool that's available.
Microsoft released its latest feature update for Windows 10 feature update yesterday, and with new features, there are also features that are going to be removed or are no longer developed.
Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 version 1909 to seekers, meaning those that opt to install it. The new feature update focuses on stability and reliability, along with some minor new features.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18363.418 to the Release Preview ring for those that have switched over from the Slow ring, and were on build 18362.100xx.
A new Windows 10 feature update is around the corner, and that means it's time for Microsoft to list the processors that are supported by it, including those from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm.
Microsoft released a new Windows 10 19H2 build to the Slow ring today, despite the fact that the company said that 19H2 is done, or at least the one that's currently in the Release Preview ring is.
Microsoft today published a blog post outlining what developers need to know for the upcoming Windows 10 November 2019 Update. And the answer is nothing, because there won't be a new SDK.
Microsoft is releasing the Windows 10 November 2019 Update soon to 'seekers'. Because of the way Windows Update now works for feature updates, you might want to consider installing this update.
Today, Microsoft announced the naming of its next feature update, along with what will likely be the final build for Windows 10 19H2. If you're an Insider, it's time to check your ring.
Microsoft is gearing up to release the next significant update for Windows 10, which will be known as version 1909. It's smaller than other feature updates, but there are still some changes.