win 1809

 

MS has re-released the Oct 1809.

Wonder if anyone has downloaded MS said the rollout would be slower than past updates.

https://www.komando.com/happening-now/507012/should-you-fina...

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Win 10 1809

Just got it build 17763.134

did you try harder

LMChu wrote:

Just got it build 17763.134

Did you do a manual check for updates? That seems to bubble up to immediate offer some updates which otherwise won't be deemed worth mentioning to you on the automatic (daily?) check.

Also, have you had any bad observations of it so far?

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Was Easy

archae86 wrote:
LMChu wrote:

Just got it build 17763.134

Did you do a manual check for updates? That seems to bubble up to immediate offer some updates which otherwise won't be deemed worth mentioning to you on the automatic (daily?) check.

Also, have you had any bad observations of it so far?

The Laptop downloaded automatically, I manual update once a week on desktop. After install the only item was the soundcard settings were back to default installation.

ok so far

my computer now has build 17763.134 CU update all went well, so far the only problem I heard about was with network drives which doesn't effect me !

quality drop

What is scary is not problems, but how little companies care about proper testing. Just let it out and we will see, what happen. And it seem like sloppy work is new standard nowadays.

it's here

Pushed to my desktop last Tuesday.

No visible negative effects as yet.

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I just got a 2070. Not for

I just got a 2070. Not for ray-tracing, but I wanted an upgrade to 1080 like performance. You need 1809!

1809

there going to force you into upgrading your hardware any more because it cuts down on their problems with compatibility. so you cant keep your 5 year old computer anymore , I used to be able to add parts to my old motherboard but the mother board had chips you couldn't upgrade they were soldered in you could upgrade your graphics card memory add hard drives. there forcing into a cell phone mentality a new one every year even though the old one worked fine !

Win 10 Update

Another update to Windows 10 version 1809 build now is 17763.168

I updated to day, fixed

I updated to day, fixed problems with those user losing files

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edge

i guess there going to use the chromium open source project on the edge browser to make it more compatible !

update

MS sent update from 1803 to Windows 10 version 1809 build 17763.195 to my laptop not sure why but it sat in my laptop 2 full days before it installed. I did not ask for it just showed up.

So far no problems.

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Why would it ask? MS knows

Why would it ask? MS knows best, after all.

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just converted all my

just converted all my computers 2 desktops 3 laptops. So far so good. Still got to wonder why MS has to change my registry setting for some programs and network settings. It's a big PITA.

just checked,

LMChu wrote:

Another update to Windows 10 version 1809 build now is 17763.168

just checked, nothing there, mine is at .165

hummm

Not sure what the Windows 10 Home PC is, I'll check later, but my Windows 10 Pro laptop is behind the times at:

Version: 1803
Installed on 5/19/2018
OS Build 17134.472

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even more Hummm

soberbyker wrote:

Not sure what the Windows 10 Home PC is, I'll check later, but my Windows 10 Pro laptop is behind the times at:

Version: 1803
Installed on 5/19/2018
OS Build 17134.472

.

My Windows 10 Home PC

Version: 1803
Installed on 5/22/2018
OS Build 17134.472

Only difference is the date installed and both say I'm up to date via Windows Update.

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Windows 10 Update

New update to version 1809 is build 17763.195

Mine's at...

December 19, 2018—KB4483234 (OS Build 17134.472)

Also says
Note

Because of minimal operations during the holidays and upcoming Western new year, there won’t be any preview releases for the month of December 2018. Monthly servicing will resume with the January 2019 security releases.

Phil

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Pro vs. home

Win 10 Pro downloads can be at user option, assuming you know what settings to change. For Windows 10 Home the updates are "pushed" down by Microsoft, the user has minimal options to stop the update. Having said that, I just got notification this AM that MS is changing their policy on forced updates relative to Home and you will be able to delay updates for a short period of time (a week). See https://wccftech.com/microsoft-windows-10-home-pause-updates....

My personal feeling is to run one update behind; let someone else be the guinea pig.

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All of my PCs have updated without any problems

All of my PCs have updated without any problems.

Version: 1809
Installed on 10/2/2018
OS Build 17763.195

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Bad experience

John from PA wrote:

Win 10 Pro downloads can be at user option, assuming you know what settings to change. For Windows 10 Home the updates are "pushed" down by Microsoft, the user has minimal options to stop the update. Having said that, I just got notification this AM that MS is changing their policy on forced updates relative to Home and you will be able to delay updates for a short period of time (a week). See https://wccftech.com/microsoft-windows-10-home-pause-updates....

My personal feeling is to run one update behind; let someone else be the guinea pig.

Funny you should mention this. Just this morning, MS downloaded the latest and greatest fixes and gave me the opportunity to do it immediately or postpone if for a while. So I said "Aww, what the hell, let's do it. What could possibly go wrong, right?" Well, I found out. The install started then just ground away for a couple of HOURS. Finally a message came out that said that there's a problem and it's backing the fix out, which it did. Now I just got another message saying that it wants to try again. This time I'll choose a more opportune, less intrusive time (like maybe 3 o'clock in the morning). Oh well, it could have been worse. I'll keep you informed.

Phil

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window update

If you have window 10 home edition, you may not have that much choice, for Window 10 Professional you decide if you want the update or not.

But before you try to install any update click on the update and select more info, some update it will show that installing that specific update it may make something else not working properly.( and it follow buy the messages Microsoft is looking for a solution ).

Now before posting this update why they not first find a solution ?

I have one of each

Driver 38 wrote:

If you have window 10 home edition, you may not have that much choice, for Window 10 Professional you decide if you want the update or not.

But before you try to install any update click on the update and select more info, some update it will show that installing that specific update it may make something else not working properly.( and it follow buy the messages Microsoft is looking for a solution ).

Now before posting this update why they not first find a solution ?

It's interesting to me that both of my Windows machines are on the same (old) build and version, one home and one pro, both last updated in May. Both, via Windows Update, inform me I am up to date.

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Only 6.6% of Windows 10 PCs are running the October 2018 Update

Only 6.6% of Windows 10 PCs are running the October 2018 Update.

In theory, the October 2018 Update is “widely available.” In practice, Microsoft isn’t confident enough to roll it out to the vast majority of Windows 10 PCs. There are still several “upgrade blocks” in place for various issues, including problems with specific Intel display drivers and older AMD Radeon GPUs.

Aside from the slow upgrade to the October 2018 Update, a whopping 9.7% of Windows 10 users are still using older versions than the April 2018 Update.

As of last month (December, 2018):

6.6% of Windows 10 PCs were running the October 2018 Update
83.6% were running the April 2018 Update
5.7% were running the Fall Creators Update
1.8% were running the Creators Update
1.4% were running the Anniversary Update
0.5% were running the November Update
0.3% were running the original Windows 10

Reference: https://www.howtogeek.com/400961/windows-10-is-only-making-w...

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Still running 1803 here

I'm on W10 Pro, and in no hurry to update to 1809.

Well ...

Not long after my last post in this thread this morning my Windows 10 Pro laptop was offered the update. I was given a choice of postponing for 30 days, picking a later time than the current time, or allow the update.

I allowed it. So far no problems. It does look like Windows took over as the default for a couple things, like reading a PDF for example. No biggie there.

I am now at:

Windows 10 Pro

Version: 1809

Installed on: 1/7/2019

OS Build: 17763.195

Nothing offered to my Windows 10 Home PC as of yet.

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You should be able to get the 17763.195 Build for your W10 Home

soberbyker wrote:

Not long after my last post in this thread this morning my Windows 10 Pro laptop was offered the update. I was given a choice of postponing for 30 days, picking a later time than the current time, or allow the update.

I allowed it. So far no problems. It does look like Windows took over as the default for a couple things, like reading a PDF for example. No biggie there.

I am now at:

Windows 10 Pro

Version: 1809

Installed on: 1/7/2019

OS Build: 17763.195

Nothing offered to my Windows 10 Home PC as of yet.

.

You should be able to get the 17763.195 Build for your W10 Home if you want to.

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Update

plunder wrote:

Funny you should mention this. Just this morning, MS downloaded the latest and greatest fixes and gave me the opportunity to do it immediately or postpone if for a while. So I said "Aww, what the hell, let's do it. What could possibly go wrong, right?" Well, I found out. The install started then just ground away for a couple of HOURS. Finally a message came out that said that there's a problem and it's backing the fix out, which it did. Now I just got another message saying that it wants to try again. This time I'll choose a more opportune, less intrusive time (like maybe 3 o'clock in the morning). Oh well, it could have been worse. I'll keep you informed.
Phil

MS's second attempt to install the upgrade also failed, so I ran the troubleshooting tool against the update function and it indicated that there was a problem that it couldn't fix. Oh oh.
I googled the problem and found a site that provided a resolution.

https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/fix-potential-windows-u...

I'm not a pc whiz but I figured, what the hell, nothing ventured nothing gained and deleted the entire contents of a folder called "DOWNLOAD." The delete actually took a couple of minutes and deleted over eight megs of other folders and files. I reran the troubleshooting tool and in fact the problem was gone. So far, MS hasn't tried to install the update again but I expect it would work. I'll keep you informed.

Phil

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I Agree

grzesja wrote:

What is scary is not problems, but how little companies care about proper testing. Just let it out and we will see, what happen. And it seem like sloppy work is new standard nowadays.

This seems to be the current business model for software releases. When I was a fledgling programmer, we'd do an install during off hours, followed by a User checkout. If ANYTHING failed, we'd back it out, make a fix, test it, then schedule a new install at a future date.

I'm not justifying

I'm not justifying programmers. There are a lot of good ones. IMHO, the biggest problem is company management. HOWEVER, given the magnitude of a package like an OS and the potential variations that exist, Windows version 3 would still not be released if every combination had to be tested b4 release. In fact, I would venture to say that would be impossible to do.
Here comes the BUT, some thing are just sloppy and cannot be rationalized by the above.

windows 10

there is a difference between windows 10 pro and windows 10 home so they wont have the same release numbers they don't have all the same functions !

.

geo334 wrote:

there is a difference between windows 10 pro and windows 10 home so they wont have the same release numbers they don't have all the same functions !

I have both Pro & Home and the version & OS Build numbers are the same, the only difference is that Pro was offered a few days earlier than home.

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The workaround worked

plunder wrote:
plunder wrote:

Funny you should mention this. Just this morning, MS downloaded the latest and greatest fixes and gave me the opportunity to do it immediately or postpone if for a while. So I said "Aww, what the hell, let's do it. What could possibly go wrong, right?" Well, I found out. The install started then just ground away for a couple of HOURS. Finally a message came out that said that there's a problem and it's backing the fix out, which it did. Now I just got another message saying that it wants to try again. This time I'll choose a more opportune, less intrusive time (like maybe 3 o'clock in the morning). Oh well, it could have been worse. I'll keep you informed.
Phil

MS's second attempt to install the upgrade also failed, so I ran the troubleshooting tool against the update function and it indicated that there was a problem that it couldn't fix. Oh oh.
I googled the problem and found a site that provided a resolution.

https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/fix-potential-windows-u...

I'm not a pc whiz but I figured, what the hell, nothing ventured nothing gained and deleted the entire contents of a folder called "DOWNLOAD." The delete actually took a couple of minutes and deleted over NINE GB in folders and files. I reran the troubleshooting tool and in fact the problem was gone. So far, MS hasn't tried to install the update again but I expect it would work. I'll keep you informed.

Phil

MS tried again this morning to install the upgrade for the 1803 level and this time it worked.

Phil

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Another Update

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

Agree! Same Version and OS Build numbers for both Pro and Home.

soberbyker wrote:
geo334 wrote:

there is a difference between windows 10 pro and windows 10 home so they wont have the same release numbers they don't have all the same functions !

I have both Pro & Home and the version & OS Build numbers are the same, the only difference is that Pro was offered a few days earlier than home.

.

Agree! Same Version and OS Build numbers for both Pro and Home.

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17763.253 OS Build update came about from normal [Patch Tuesday]

LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

Yes, the 17763.253 OS Build update came about with the normal [Patch Tuesday] updates.

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yup

koot wrote:
soberbyker wrote:

Not long after my last post in this thread this morning my Windows 10 Pro laptop was offered the update. I was given a choice of postponing for 30 days, picking a later time than the current time, or allow the update.

I allowed it. So far no problems. It does look like Windows took over as the default for a couple things, like reading a PDF for example. No biggie there.

I am now at:

Windows 10 Pro

Version: 1809

Installed on: 1/7/2019

OS Build: 17763.195

Nothing offered to my Windows 10 Home PC as of yet.

.

You should be able to get the 17763.195 Build for your W10 Home if you want to.

I had to run the update app but once I did it 1809 showed as available. However as another member here mentioned there was a problem. I had trouble getting the update to take. 3 tries, this morning and it finally took. After, I checked the update app again just to be sure and there were a couple more updates regarding other stuff.

So, currently on my PC with Windows 10 Home I am at:

Version: 1809

Installed on: 1/9/2019

OS Build: 17763.253

This time the build number is different than my Laptop with Pro. Previously they were the same. I'm going to run the update app on the laptop to see if there are any updates and if so do the numbers match again.

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Home and Pro back to the same #'s now

I checked the Windows 10 Pro Laptop, which as of yesterday had gotten the 1809 update with a build number of 17763.195, for any more updates, and sure enough there were and the build number changed to 17763.253. The install date remained at Monday's date.

So anyone with 17763.195 may want to run the update app again there may be more updates.

Windows 10 Home PC
Version: 1809
Installed on: 1/9/2019
Build: 17763.253

Windows 10 Pro
Version: 1809
Installed on: 1/7/2019
Build: 17763.253

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Mine says KB4100347

LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

My history doesn't say 17763.253, all it says is it's KB4100347. How can I translate my results to yours?

Phil

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Settings

plunder wrote:
LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

My history doesn't say 17763.253, all it says is it's KB4100347. How can I translate my results to yours?

Phil

"Settings" - "System" - scroll down to "About" - scroll down to "Windows Specifications" that's where the info is.

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Not in my case

soberbyker wrote:
plunder wrote:
LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

My history doesn't say 17763.253, all it says is it's KB4100347. How can I translate my results to yours?

Phil

"Settings" - "System" - scroll down to "About" - scroll down to "Windows Specifications" that's where the info is.

Thanks for this information. Unfortunately my information isn't there. All is shows is the OS build information, 17134.523, but not a peep about the upgrade level. No big deal.
FWIW, my pc is a Lenovo, model Ideapad 110.

Phil

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ok

plunder wrote:
soberbyker wrote:
plunder wrote:
LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

My history doesn't say 17763.253, all it says is it's KB4100347. How can I translate my results to yours?

Phil

"Settings" - "System" - scroll down to "About" - scroll down to "Windows Specifications" that's where the info is.

Thanks for this information. Unfortunately my information isn't there. All is shows is the OS build information, 17134.523, but not a peep about the upgrade level. No big deal.
FWIW, my pc is a Lenovo, model Ideapad 110.

Phil

But you do now see the build number, 17134.523, which according to your last comment was what you were looking for. Looks like haven't gotten the update yet based on that number, mine is 17763.253 on both of my computers, both HP one a laptop and one a PC.

Here's a screenshot of my two as seen when navigated as I instructed you to do:

https://i.postimg.cc/02NjDXj4/20190109-142100.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/76DY6mjm/20190109-151908.jpg

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1809

So far no problems updated 12/30/2018 to 1809.

Latest 1809 update is 17763.253 on HP laptop.

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I wonder why

soberbyker wrote:
plunder wrote:
soberbyker wrote:
plunder wrote:
LMChu wrote:

Just got updated this morning to 17763.253

My history doesn't say 17763.253, all it says is it's KB4100347. How can I translate my results to yours?

Phil

"Settings" - "System" - scroll down to "About" - scroll down to "Windows Specifications" that's where the info is.

Thanks for this information. Unfortunately my information isn't there. All is shows is the OS build information, 17134.523, but not a peep about the upgrade level. No big deal.
FWIW, my pc is a Lenovo, model Ideapad 110.

Phil

But you do now see the build number, 17134.523, which according to your last comment was what you were looking for. Looks like haven't gotten the update yet based on that number, mine is 17763.253 on both of my computers, both HP one a laptop and one a PC.

Here's a screenshot of my two as seen when navigated as I instructed you to do:

https://i.postimg.cc/02NjDXj4/20190109-142100.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/76DY6mjm/20190109-151908.jpg

My upgrade went on this week which I would think makes it MS's latest and greatest. I wonder why my OS level is so much behind everyone else's.

Phil

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check again

plunder wrote:

My upgrade went on this week which I would think makes it MS's latest and greatest. I wonder why my OS level is so much behind everyone else's.

Phil

Have you tried Windows Update manually to see if there are more updates? I had to do mine in two steps, first brought me to 17763.195, checked the update app for any more updates, and sure enough there were and the build number changed to 17763.253.

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Just type 'check for updates' in your Search box

Just type 'check for updates' in your Search box on the bottom taskbar, and then click on the 'Check for Updates' button. If you have any updates that are waiting you will be able to activate them.

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Request differs from the unrequested check

koot wrote:

click on the 'Check for Updates' button.

Agreed.

I think it a strange behavior that Microsoft tells you it checked just a day ago and found you to be up-to-date, but that if you click the manual check for updates button it sometimes will offer you things which in fact have been available for weeks.

That is just the way it is. Of course, people who prefer to let others be first up the ladder have a good reason not to click on the button.

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Exactly!

archae86 wrote:
koot wrote:

click on the 'Check for Updates' button.

Agreed.

I think it a strange behavior that Microsoft tells you it checked just a day ago and found you to be up-to-date, but that if you click the manual check for updates button it sometimes will offer you things which in fact have been available for weeks.

That is just the way it is. Of course, people who prefer to let others be first up the ladder have a good reason not to click on the button.

"...people who prefer to let others be first up the ladder have a good reason not to click on the button." Exactly!

Microsoft has given people two ways to update - automatically (which may have a delayed install) and manually (which can be installed right away).

I have never had the first problem when choosing to force updates to install manually. I usually 'Check for Updates' on a daily basis...

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hmm

I didn't click anything I just turned off my computer and it said don't turn off your computer, then it turned itself off and the next morning when I turned it on it said up dating now I have 1809 17763.253
MS is confusing first they say don't press the update button unless you want the beta, then they say leave it on auto update for approved updates and those seem to have problems lately they cant seem to get any thing right !

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