How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

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  1. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1809
       #930

    Not following. 1903 is out there and it is being supported. MS says you get 18 months of support for Pro and Home so that would be November 21, 2020. They pushed to December 2020.
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  2. Faith's Avatar
    Posts : 951
    Windows 10 Home May 2019 Update 64-bit
       #931

    storageman said: View Post
    But you are up-to-date - 1809 is still being updated as you stated !
    You know I was referring to the rollout, stop being clever...
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  3. Bree's Avatar
    Posts : 11,665
    10 Home x64 (1903) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #932

    Faith said: View Post
    … No 1903 in sight… What is going on!? ... What's the point of Windows Update if it's unable to keep my system up-to-date?
    Today the 1903 feature update appeared in windows update on another of my 1809 systems for the first time, so that makes two now that have been offered it. The rollout appears to be (slowly) gathering pace.
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  4. Posts : 42
    Windows 10 Pro INSIDER Skip
       #933

    1903
    18362.145 to
    18362.175
    Yesterday in Australia..

    BTW: Can anyone tell me IF I can use this 1903 18362.75 as a USB ISO to rollback W10 Pro PC's with
    INSIDER Build 18912, yes I know I could 'try' but just wanted to know if any experts know the answer first.
    IF I can will it offer to 'keep' existing files/progs.

    I am done with INSIDERS for Windows OS, last Build before 18912 was the last straw, after WU everything was working fine until the next day (after doing nothing) from cold boot, it would not boot, or go right to the end to Lock Screen, then nothing, then windows is repairing, then auto fixing, then Blue Screen after getting GSOD.
    People I called said it was my BIOS (untouched) I knew it was not, then I tried my second SSD (backup) on same PC with same Insider OS and you guessed it would not go past lock screen or before LS go into Auto Repair. I spent DAYS trying to rescue content without having to do a clean install, after all everything was working fine the day before and NOTHING was changed, by me.

    I hate the way MS assumes that PC have been stolen/removed/ whatever when you try and rectify issues.
    Frankly I am fed up with the way MS interferes with MY OS....and we all know they do it.

    Anyway when current Insider Build 18912 was released, MS say 'they fixed' an issue with GSOD!, does not matter if GSOD fecked access in the first instance, and seriously in a build supposedly so close to 'a' final I am staggered at what is let out to the Insider dummies to 'test', and what information is NOT out there to help.
    Perhaps a little less partying and more actual work..?

    Anyway, I will still do Insider Edge and Office, but not OS anymore.
    This Desktop PC is one I had to do a CI on and use 18362.175, my other 4 Laptops running 18912 I want to reverse direction and ONLY use 18362.175, hence my question, or any other ideas?
    Do I revert to SLOW build maybe?
    Thanks to all for your help now and into the future.

    - - - Updated - - -

    /\ No you can't roll back to 18362.175, only if you do clean install from iso.
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  5.    #934

    Caledon Ken said: View Post
    Not following. 1903 is out there and it is being supported. MS says you get 18 months of support for Pro and Home so that would be November 21, 2020. They pushed to December 2020.
    If my PC is not offered this upgrade now (for whatever reasons) and then it's suddenly pushed down its throat in - say - early 2020, then it's hardly 18 months of support, isn't it?
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  6. Comp Cmndo's Avatar
    Posts : 321
    Windows 10-Pro 64bit
       #935

    Bree said: View Post
    Today the 1903 feature update appeared in windows update on another of my 1809 systems for the first time, so that makes two now that have been offered it. The rollout appears to be (slowly) gathering pace.
    Same for me. Offered on one of my laptops but not on the 2 desktops that get used almost every day.

    BTW, MCT download is still 18362.30, not 18362.175
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  7. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 15,060
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1809
       #936

    krzemien said: View Post
    If my PC is not offered this upgrade now (for whatever reasons) and then it's suddenly pushed down its throat in - say - early 2020, then it's hardly 18 months of support, isn't it?

    It is not 18 months of support for a user, it is the product support cycle.
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  8.    #937

    But of course it is.

    In either case, getting back to the topic and kind-of as expected (see my earlier posts in this thread): either run-in period based on the updates to the drivers I've installed last week was deemed adequate now, or - more likely, as there were no signs preceding this - KB4503327, Jun 2019 patch (being so good that it had to be deployed twice on my PC tday:

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    but I digress)

    must have tweaked something, as 1903 is suddenly offered to me again.

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    I might update a driver or two just for the sheer fun of it and see where it gets me to.

    But under no circumstances I'm installing 1903 yet.
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  9. Posts : 413
    windows 10 (x64) Home 1809
       #938

    I have win10 home 1809 17763.529. I downloaded 1903 iso and tried to update as I already got the info in my Windows update as shown in pic attached. But I got msg while updating as shown in pic right side.
    What to do?
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  10. Wynona's Avatar
    Posts : 23,683
    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18312
       #939

    lvgandhi said: View Post
    I have win10 home 1809 17763.529. I downloaded 1903 iso and tried to update as I already got the info in my Windows update as shown in pic attached. But I got msg while updating as shown in pic right side.
    What to do?
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    The reason for this is a bug that messes up the location of your USB/flash drive and it can't progress.

    Mount the iso, pull out the USB/flash drive, then run Setup. That should make things go right.

    Edit: First, unblock the file by right clicking on the file>Properties and at the bottom of the little page that pops up, click the checkbox for Unblock. If you don't see the checkbox, then everything's OK.

    Now, right click the file and select Mount at the top of the window. Choose Setup.exe from the resulting files.
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