Windows 10, version 1903 is available for any user who manually selects “Check for updates” via Windows Update for all devices that do not have a safeguard hold.
Like the pause for the update option. https://www.groovypost.com/howto/the-best-new-and-notable-fe...
1903 is also coming automatically via updates.
It is not without issues. Lots of info if you do an internet search.
I've had 3 updates in last 2 weeks. Don't know what they are. Who cares. They're being pushed through any ways. So far so good.
"Windows as a service", sucks. Linux harkens back to the days of user control.
I never want to be one of the first for a new update. I wait several months after release now since I had to restore my computer after one update that was early in the update roll out. I upgraded months later (after the restore) and never a problem.
I have updated three of my four machines with this version within the last two weeks. As updates go, these went pretty smoothly, but slowly. On the two machines with hybrid drives, the total update took just about three hours. On the new machine with a pure SSD boot drive, it was more like an hour.
For me the most annoying difference was that the update changed the shade of the background to my desktop. If that is my most serious problem, I'd say it went pretty well.
The update presents no problems on my computers. I think the likelihood of a problem with these types of updates increases with the more outdated the computer is and/or the less common the processor is.
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