Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903 rollout approach

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  1. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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    Bree said: View Post
    Looks like Features Updates will become optional for all if the new 'download and install now' option applies to Home (as seems likely). And it's going to be added to 1803 and 1809.
    I'm not sure if that applies to the Home version, the only thing I'm sure of is the option to pause the updates for 35 days.
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    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    I'm not sure if that applies to the Home version, the only thing I'm sure of is the option to pause the updates for 35 days.
    There's nothing to say it isn't to be for Home, and the whole theme of the post is 'putting users in control'. Then there's this (with my bold)...

    We will provide notification that an update is available and recommended based on our data, but it will be largely up to the user to initiate when the update occurs.
    Either way, I'll be able to tell for certain some time in late May, seeing as I have several machines running Home
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    Bree said: View Post
    There's nothing to say it isn't to be for Home,
    The fact that they make this "clarification" makes me think otherwise:
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    It seems that they wanted to clarify that the other options mentioned earlier in the blog, are only for other versions of Windows, not for Home, but I could be wrong.
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    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    The fact that they make this "clarification" makes me think otherwise ... but I could be wrong.
    Well, I'll be in a position to find out come the end of May. I'm betting it will be in Home ... but I could be wrong

    (makes no difference to me - I'm well known as an 'early adopter')
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    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    But only the users of the Pro version, the news here is that, from version 1903, users of the Home version will be able to pause the updates for up to 35 days (currently, users of the Home version can't pause updates), even so, users of the Pro version have many more options since they can defer a feature update for 365 days and a quality update for 30 more days.
    OK, that's good for the Windows Home users, for sure. Still, the Home user should have the same options I as a Pro user have. I just watched a ZDNet video where Ed Bott and Mary Jo Foley both said pretty much the same.

    I rarely postpone updates unless something goes terribly wrong, but when that happens, I wind up restoring via backup, then postponing updates from there!
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    Bree said: View Post
    Only in Pro at the moment. This will apparently now be available in Home. Note the use of the word 'all' in this...
    I don't understand why the Home user shouldn't have the same options I have. Most new computers only come with Windows 10 Home by default, and it costs almost $200.00 more ($179 more IIRC) to get Pro. I know this because I just helped one of my Windows 10 students buy a new laptop. It's beside the point that all he needs is Home.
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    magilla said: View Post
    RP next week , no? Isn’t that saying starting as early as next week?
    Yes, I think that's what it's saying. RP (18362/19h1/1903/May Update/???) to Insiders starting next week, the version that will become public after tweaking and massaging and fixing for a while, released in late May.

    Meanwhile, my Orioles lost their opener to the Yankees.............. 8-4.
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    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Yes, I think that's what it's saying. RP (18362/19h1/1903/May Update/???) to Insiders starting next week, the version that will become public after tweaking and massaging and fixing for a while, released in late May.

    Meanwhile, my Orioles lost their opener to the Yankees.............. 8-4.
    So, that means that if I have 1809 set to RP, I'll get an update to 1903 sometime next week (maybe)?

    If so, I'll have to set Teaching Lappy to RP so I can give a demonstration on updating to the class next Wednesday (again, maybe).
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    Wynona said: View Post
    So, that means that if I have 1809 set to RP, I'll get an update to 1903 sometime next week (maybe)?
    According to MS, not me, that is correct as far as I understand it.

    EDIT: You changed your post after I replied. Don't know about setting up a teaching laptop with Release Preview. Guess if you did, and did all the updates, it would get the upgrade next week sometime, I really do not know what the MS dole-it-out schedule will be.
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    What MS really needs to do is give us back the granular control we had over WU, a la Win7.
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