Is windows 10 version 1909 stable enough to allow the update

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  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Pro 1903
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    Is windows 10 version 1909 stable enough to allow the update


    I have a Dell Latitude E7440 with the i5 processor and 256gb ssd drive with 8gb of ram, it is running windows 10 pro version 1903 just fine and is very fast. my question is, is windows 10 pro version 1909 stable enough to allow the update yet? I really do not want to have to spend hours trying to figure out issues with it AGAIN.
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  2. Golden's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
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    Yes
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  3. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Multi-boot Windows 10 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
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    1909 is nothing more than 1903 with already installed code enabled. 1903 and 1909 are virtually the same. The 1909 "update" is a very small trigger enablement package that turns on extra features already in 1903.

    It is more than safe to do.

    More Info: KB4517245 Feature Update via Windows 10 v1909 Enablement Package
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  4. Posts : 14
    windows 10
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    No, it is not stable lol. Stay on 1903 for as long as possible, if you don't have issues with it.
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  5. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    windows10laggy said:
    No, it is not stable lol. Stay on 1903 for as long as possible, if you don't have issues with it.
    Can you give some examples to back up your statement, or is it just unstable for you?
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  6. Anak's Avatar
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    Hi caryboi, Welcome to 10F!

    While having a good experience upgrading is not cast in stone it was stable two months ago when I upgraded my 10year old win7 machine to win10 1909 actually the ol' 7 box is running better.

    Ya gotta have faith my boi, faith.
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  7. Posts : 14
    windows 10
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    Can you give some examples to back up your statement, or is it just unstable for you?

    my search bar is broken
    https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/149946-windows-search-not-working-blank.html
    https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/149948-search-box-empty.html
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    windows10laggy said:
    Can you give some examples to back up your statement, or is it just unstable for you?

    my search bar is broken
    https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/149946-windows-search-not-working-blank.html
    https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/149948-search-box-empty.html
    Yes, I had read those threads. Seems the fix worked for others, but you had issues with it. Perhaps it's your installation and not Windows 10 1909 in general.
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  9. Posts : 178
    Windows 10, usually latest version
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    windows10laggy said:
    No, it is not stable lol. Stay on 1903 for as long as possible, if you don't have issues with it.
    I've done quite a few upgrades, and based on my past experience, the upgrade will inherit any instabilities in the previous system which sometimes create new,previously unnoticed issues. It's best practice to fix any issues before upgrading. Run FSC /scannow. diskcheck, etc. first.
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Garyw said:
    I've done quite a few upgrades, and based on my past experience, the upgrade will inherit any instabilities in the previous system which sometimes create new,previously unnoticed issues. It's best practice to fix any issues before upgrading. Run FSC /scannow. diskcheck, etc. first.
    Excellent point on prep for any upgrade. Thanks.
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