As Windows 10 19H1 Update Approaches, Microsoft Says Version 1809 is Now Ready For 'Broad Deployment'
Friday March 29, 2019. 05:10 PM , from Slashdot
We're now very close to the next semi-annual update for Windows 10, but Microsoft has just announced today that the version 1809 released last Fall is now the recommended version for all users. From a report: This is a new milestone in the troubled history of this major release, as Microsoft had to pause its public rollout after discovering a serious file deletion bug in October. 'Based on the data and the feedback we've received from consumers, OEMs, ISVs, partners, and commercial customers, Windows 10, version 1809 has transitioned to broad deployment,' wrote John Wilcox, Windows as a service evangelist on the Windows IT Pro blog today. We're now a little more than four months removed from Microsoft's re-released Windows 10 version 1803, and Microsoft previously admitted that it would be more cautious during the public rollout. According to AdDuplex's latest survey on more than 100,000 Windows 10 PCS, only 26.4% of them were running the version 1809 in March.
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