Windows 10 October 2018 Update rollout now paused

  1.    11 Oct 2018 #1560

    Kari said: View Post
    Microsoft claims that only 0.01% of users were affected, or as Windows Insider blog says (read more) "one one-hundred of one percent". In other words, that would mean that only 100 users out of 100,000 would have been affected. As we know now, that is absolutely not true, the real number being much (I repeat: MUCH!) higher.

    should be: 100 users out of 1,000,000 (or 1 user out of 10,000)
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       11 Oct 2018 #1561

    muchomurka said: View Post
    should be: 100 users out of 1,000,000 (or 1 user out of 10,000)
    0.1% is one hundredth, 0.01% is one thousandth (@Kari's text should really say 'one one-hundredth of one percent, but i am being pedantic). Whatever, I think he is right - 100 out of 100,000, or 1 out of 1,000(same thing)
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       11 Oct 2018 #1562

    Eddie Doc said: View Post
    0.1% is one hundredth, 0.01% is one thousandth(@Kari's text should really say 'one one-hundredth of one percent, but i am being pedantic) whatever, I think he is right - 100 out of 100,000, or 1 out of 1,000(same thing)

    1% is one per cent, i.e., one hundredth. That's what 'per cent' means. 0.1% is one tenth of one percent, or one thousandth. Come on people, this isn't rocket science.
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       11 Oct 2018 #1563

    sgage said: View Post
    1% is one per cent, i.e., one hundredth. That's what 'per cent' means. 0.1% is one tenth of one percent, or one thousandth. Come on people, this isn't rocket science.
    @muchomurka @sgage Yes, you are right - it is late here, and I'm a little inebriated
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       11 Oct 2018 #1564

    Eddie Doc said: View Post
    @muchomurka @sgage Yes, you are right - it is late here, and I'm a little inebriated
    So am I plus some nasty cold medicine. Fortunately, it is time for bed! Cheers!
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       11 Oct 2018 #1565

    Well don't post when you are inebriated

    Whoops
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  7. Eddie Doc's Avatar
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       11 Oct 2018 #1566

    sgage said: View Post
    So am I plus some nasty cold medicine. Fortunately, it is time for bed! Cheers!
    Cheers!
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       11 Oct 2018 #1567

    Geneo said: View Post
    Well don't post when you are inebriated

    Whoops
    I know I shouldn't, but....
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       11 Oct 2018 #1568

    The Windows 1809 fix was released to insiders on October 9, 2018 according to this Microsoft publication:



    Updated version of Windows 10 October 2018 Update released to Windows Insiders - Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog



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    We have fully investigated all reports of data loss, identified and  fixed all known issues in the update, and conducted internal  validation.  Also, Microsoft Support and our retail stores customer  service personnel are available at no charge to help customers. More  details are available below.
    
     Today we take the next step towards the re-release of the  Windows 10 October 2018 Update by providing the updated version to our  Windows Insider community.  We will carefully study the results,  feedback, and diagnostic data from our Insiders before taking additional  steps towards re-releasing more broadly.



    Feedback Hub introduces ability to indicate severity of issues - Windows Insider
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  10.    12 Oct 2018 #1569

    Lot's of people on Reddit complaining of Audio driver issues after updating. In my experience these big updates always require a re-installation of my Soundcard Drivers. I'm used to it, but it's another area that needs some serious improvement from MS.
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