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The KB4482887 update which was rolled out to Windows 10 October 2018 Update PCs on March 1, bumping the build to 17763.348, has been found to degrade performance under certain conditions.
Microsoft has released a series of firmware updates for the Surface Laptop 2 and the Surface Go LTE Advanced, with the latter now being compatible with the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Microsoft has announced that it is starting the automatic phased rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update and that users with the most suitable devices will be offered the feature update first.
Microsoft has quietly run battery tests with its Edge browser in Windows 10 October 2018 Update, once again finding it to be more power efficient than Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Today, Microsoft is rolling out Sticky Notes version 3.1 to all Windows 10 users running the October 2018 Update (ver 1809) or higher. The update brings with it dark mode and performance improvements.
Microsoft has blocked the Windows 10 October 2018 Update for some Intel PCs due to problems caused by Intel's accidental release of display drivers which "turned on unsupported features in Windows".
Microsoft has released another cumulative update for Windows 10 October 2018 Update, bringing the build number to 17763.104. KB4464455 contains mainly sundry fixes and optimisations.
A loss of audio is the latest in a series of issues plaguing the newest feature update from Microsoft. Issues range from no audio in games to Windows not recognising audio drivers at all.
There's a brand new AMD driver update to download today, aimed at bringing support for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update as well as Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which launched today.
Microsoft's botched Windows 10 October 2018 Update is being struck by yet another issue after this week's Patch Tuesday update started causing some devices to get into a blue screen of death.
It's fair to say that the October 2018 Update could have gone better. A number of problems saw data being deleted, and a new feature might even have you accidentally deleting your Downloads folder.
Microsoft has now pulled the Windows 10 October 2018 Update due to some users reporting lost data. Here's how you can check if you lost any data, and if so, what you can do to try and recover it.
Following numerous reports of user files being deleted after installing the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Microsoft has pulled the release from circulation. It's unclear when rollout will resume.
There has been a flurry of bugs cropping up since the release of the October 2018 Update for Windows 10. The latest pertains to a lack of internet connectivity for some apps, such as Edge and Mail.
The Your Phone Companion app is the top trending app on the Play Store currently. It enables users to access messages and photos on their PC after upgrading to the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Nvidia today released its new GeForce Game Ready 416.16 WHQL drivers. The drivers are exclusive to Windows 10, and bring further support for DirectX Ray Tracing (DXR) for the October 2018 Update.
Some users may be unable to download the October 2018 Update for Windows 10 due to incompatibility issues with Display Audio drivers on 6th generation and later of Intel processors.
The public release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update contained a known bug, which shows erroneous CPU usage numbers in the Task Manager. A fix is supposedly coming on Patch Tuesday.
Ignite 2018 took place this week, which translated into quite a few announcements on Microsoft's part. Of course, some gaming and update news is in there too. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft has announced a new distribution channel for the .NET Framework. It's called "Cumulative Update", and will follow the same cadence as Windows 10, starting with the October 2018 Update.
Microsoft started accidentally sending out toast notifications to non-insiders about the availability of latest fast-ring builds. The company acknowledged that it was unexpected and fixed it quickly.