Current Status of Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809

  1. Demonlord4lf's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #1470

    Not sure if this is relevant here or not, but I've noticed that my branch readiness has been changed from non-targeted to targeted and I was given 1809 to install. The branch readiness was greyed out so I couldn't change it by normal means. I was using the gpedit method to change it, but it kept changing back every day. After a few days of fighting it, I finally gave up and let 1809 install. I checked my computer this morning and it's still set to targeted and it's still greyed out.
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  2. IronZorg89's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #1471

    Demonlord4lf said:
    Not sure if this is relevant here or not, but I've noticed that my branch readiness has been changed from non-targeted to targeted and I was given 1809 to install. The branch readiness was greyed out so I couldn't change it by normal means. I was using the gpedit method to change it, but it kept changing back every day. After a few days of fighting it, I finally gave up and let 1809 install. I checked my computer this morning and it's still set to targeted and it's still greyed out.
    And here is probably why:

    Will Microsoft remove Advanced Update options in Windows 10 1903 Pro?
    https://www.ghacks.net/2019/03/06/wi...ao0cqqj%2e2dsa
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  3. Demonlord4lf's Avatar
    Posts : 102
    Windows 10
       #1472

    IronZorg89 said:
    And here is probably why:

    Will Microsoft remove Advanced Update options in Windows 10 1903 Pro?
    https://www.ghacks.net/2019/03/06/wi...ao0cqqj%2e2dsa
    So... they took something complicated, that they made, and changed it completely around, just because? Seems par for the course for MS....
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  4. IronZorg89's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #1473

    Demonlord4lf said:
    So... they took something complicated, that they made, and changed it completely around, just because? Seems par for the course for MS....
    Beats me!. go figure! Some more changes are to come probably in the foreseeable future.
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  5. Anak's Avatar
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    10 Home 64-bit | v2004 | Build - 19041.685 - See other Info below
       #1474

    Anak said:
    Hey guys!

    I tried 'checkin' for updates' and WU (windows update) still said I had the latest and greatest at 1803 so I thought what the heck and started the UA (upgrade assistant) so far after approx. 50" I'm at 87% complete with the reboot to follow.

    Here's hopin' let ya know in about another hour...Attachment 226986
    Well the deed is done and I'm on
    Current Status of Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809-1809.png

    I was away eating lunch and the best I can tell is it took between an hour and a half to two hours. I dunno, everything's working okay but it 'feels' slower.
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  6. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 Build 19042.906 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #1475

    Anak said:
    Well the deed is done and I'm on
    Current Status of Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809-1809.png

    I was away eating lunch and the best I can tell is it took between an hour and a half to two hours. I dunno, everything's working okay but it 'feels' slower.
    Lol, running Win 10 Pro ARM64 build 17134.1 on my Raspberry Pi 3 feels almost snappier than this build on my laptop with Intel m3 CPU which isn't that slow.
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  7. Anak's Avatar
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    10 Home 64-bit | v2004 | Build - 19041.685 - See other Info below
       #1476

    There's been some minor changes like my settings windows in 1803, the windows were black but context menus were white. Now in 1809 the settings windows are still black but the context menus are that awful dark greasy chocolate brown.

    Reminds me of opening a candy bar and it's covered with that whitish coating It's called Chocolate bloom the bars still okay to eat just doesn't look good.
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  8. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
    Posts : 2,040
    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #1477

    IronZorg89 said:
    And here is probably why:

    Will Microsoft remove Advanced Update options in Windows 10 1903 Pro?
    https://www.ghacks.net/2019/03/06/wi...ao0cqqj%2e2dsa
    It's amazing that at this point these people don't know that the WU configurations are different in the insider builds and in the public builds, those options to defer the updates will reappear when some build reaches the "RTM" status, it has always been like that, those options don't appear in the insider builds, the only one that appears is the option to pause updates for 35 days, but, as I explain in this comment, insider builds can only be paused for 7 days.
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  9. IronZorg89's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #1478

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    It's amazing that at this point these people don't know that the WU configurations are different in the insider builds and in the public builds, those options to defer the updates will reappear when some build reaches the "RTM" status, it has always been like that, those options don't appear in the insider builds, the only one that appears is the option to pause updates for 35 days, but, as I explain in this comment, insider builds can only be paused for 7 days.
    You certainly made a good point here, but I think the only surefire way to really find out is to check out 19H1 after installation. As "Martin Brinkmann" mentioned in his ghacks.net's article, according to what I understood, it is a possibility that the change will take place. It is like no one knows for sure.

    The next feature update for Windows 10 will be released in the coming months. If things go as they look right now, Microsoft may remove advanced update options in the Pro edition of Windows 10 version 1903
    The key word here is "may".
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  10. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #1479

    IronZorg89 said:
    You certainly made a good point here, but I think the only way to really find out is to check out 19H1 after installation. As "Martin Brinkmann" mentioned in his ghacks.net's article, according to what I understood, it is a possibility that the change will take place. It is like no one knows for sure.
    The key word here is "may".
    As I said before, it has always been this way, this is nothing new, those options don't appear in the insider builds and will reappear in the "RTM" build (as it has always happened), I am totally sure of that.
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