Is v1809 Reliable Now? Solved

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    margrave55 said: View Post
    Yes, if possible.
    I cannot understand the constant "feature updates". I don't feel a need for such frequency.

    I had Win XP for three years on one box and for six years on another.
    I had Win 7 for seven years.

    But I've had four different versions of Win 10 in less than two years. And each update brought nothing of value. Nothing.

    I'd like to go back to security and bug fixes only ... and eventually get Win 11 sometime around the year 2025.
    I just don't need incremental drivel.
    As the OP, my laptop update went fine via Windows Update. I quite like the dark theme which you can now enable in Explorer.
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    W10 Home 1803 / Virtual Box / Linux Mint VM

    Posting this from a 9 year old HP desktop with Intel Pentium E5500 + 3GB RAM + SSD/HDD multiboot that upgraded to 1809 a few days ago.

    No issues at all so far, although I have switched it to metered connection just to give it a bit more headroom and stop Norton being so intrusive (not my machine, and they won't give it up...)
    At least Norton respects the metered connection and stops auto updating (unlike many other third party apps).

    Task scheduler has also had some pruning to contain greedy start up apps.
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