Here comes Patch Tuesday. Will MS push the 1809 again?

  1. hello10's Avatar
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    Here comes Patch Tuesday. Will MS push the 1809 again?


    "Here’s the thing about Windows 10 Home. Microsoft considers Home customers fair game. It really should call it Win10 Guinea Pig edition. Microsoft has no qualms whatsoever in pushing its new, untested (perhaps I should say “less-than-thoroughly-tested”) updates and upgrades onto Windows 10 Home machines..."
    Source: Time to block Windows Automatic Update — with a new twist for Win10 Pro

    Rumour: Windows 10 October 2018 update being re-released tomorrow

    That's why when people say Windows 10 (Home) is free, I disagree. Free, with MS? Before, I always thought that MS was doing it to simply collect data from its Windows 10 users, just like how Google and Facebook operate. Now, I can see there's also the extended-beta-testing scheme.
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    Stigg said:
    Scary stuff. Lucky you had your helmet on.
    Make sure to keep your helmet on!
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  3. Milton's Avatar
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    Well, I for one....ain't holding my breath.

    If I had to place a bet on 1809 arriving this 'patch Tuesday'...my bet would be on 'no, it will not'.
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  5. Milton's Avatar
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    @ gpstoloff

    Well it ain't arrived on my machine, all I got was the usual 'patch Tuesday' stuff....so I'm sorta right in my case.
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  6. hello10's Avatar
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    "The latest Windows 10 feature update brings with it lots of refinements and a few new features. So is it any good? Check out our in-depth review for answers."
    A Windows 10 October 2018 Update review
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  7. Posts : 1,233
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    hello10 said:
    "Here’s the thing about Windows 10 Home. Microsoft considers Home customers fair game. It really should call it Win10 Guinea Pig edition. Microsoft has no qualms whatsoever in pushing its new, untested (perhaps I should say “less-than-thoroughly-tested”) updates and upgrades onto Windows 10 Home machines..."
    Source: Time to block Windows Automatic Update — with a new twist for Win10 Pro

    Rumour: Windows 10 October 2018 update being re-released tomorrow

    That's why when people say Windows 10 (Home) is free, I disagree. Free, with MS? Before, I always thought that MS was doing it to simply collect data from its Windows 10 users, just like how Google and Facebook operate. Now, I can see there's also the extended-beta-testing scheme.
    It's not a rumor any more: it's here
    Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809 Now Re-Released
    Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809 Now Re-Released - Windows 10 Forums

    Post #6 "Is it any good?"
    --- I expect it to be good, actually very good for most users this time around.
    --- Make sure your computer's present updates are all up to date and your computer is running properly.
    --- Create a system image backup.
    --- As far as will Microsoft push it, don't you push it: wait until the computer informs you it's ready: that's the time to go for it.
    --- As a "Reluctant transferee to Windows 10" please allow yourself to let Windows 10 run "naturally" unless you are an advanced user.
    --- I do not consider us "Guinea pigs" but "participants" in ensuring our computers run as designed.
    --- Naturally there are times it would be good for Microsoft to do a better job but in the real world it doesn't always happen.
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  8. hello10's Avatar
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    MeAndMyComputer said:
    --- As a "Reluctant transferee to Windows 10" please allow yourself to let Windows 10 run "naturally" unless you are an advanced user.

    A little background.

    Before I moved to Windows 10, the first thing that popped in my mind whenever I heard it was: spyware. BIG spyware made free to collect user data. Now, it's BIG spyware made free to collect user data and sell Pro and other MS products and services.
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  9. hello10's Avatar
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  10. EdTittel's Avatar
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    But it happened on a Wednesday, and not even on a "second Tuesday of the month." Go figure!
    --Ed--
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