Los Angeles, Calif. - Jan. 17th, 2019 - It’s been over three months since the initial launch of Windows 10 October 2018 Update (also known as Windows 10 version 1809). It got off to a rocky start with an infamous data loss issue. And now, it is eventually back. According to the the software giant Microsoft, the phased rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update via Windows Update is starting on January 16, 2019.
“We are now starting our phased rollout to users via Windows Update, initially offering the update to devices we believe will have the best update experience based on our next generation machine learning model. Fully available for advanced users who manually select “Check for updates” via Windows Update.” The company explained.
This time, Microsoft continues to use the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to detect hardware devices. Then it will push the new version to users in batches according to different hardware compatibility. As it says, it will initially offer the update to the devices which are believed to have the best update experience.
Unless you disable automatic update manually, your computer will soon start downloading the update automatically. If you’re not ready to get Windows 10 October 2018 Update on your device, try to delay the update manually.
If you have not received the push yet, you can also manually select “Check for updates” via Windows Update and your device will not be detected. Welcome to share your views on Windows 10 October 2018 Update in the comment section below. For more common fixes to other computer issues, you can access the Resource section on this site.
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