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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #21

    NavyLCDR said:
    Assuming a user is still on 1803, after 1903 is released, they would have to use something like HeiDoc's ISO download tool to get an 1809 ISO file from Microsoft, which will probably be a mid-cycle release updated about 3 months after after the initial build of 1809 (or keep an 1809 ISO file stored on a drive). Then upgrade using that ISO file and run Windows Update which, hopefully, will bring them up to the latest 1809 build and not upgrade them to 1903? Then block the update to 1903 until 1909 is released, and repeat the process again to upgrade to 1903, which will have the bugs worked out once 1909 is released?
    The ISO update method just failed for me upgrading from 1709 to 1803. I set the defer update period to 180 days and Windows Update gave me the desired v1803, not v1809. The update to 1803 worked on the fourth attempt.
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  2. Posts : 365
    Windows 10
       #22

    1809 is fine on another machine. In fact that one is running better! It seems to have tamed the touchpad a bit. The only Iíve gone back to 1803 on, the WiFi has always been a bit iffy on Windows 10 - works but takes a minute or two to connect. Iíll see if thereís a latest driver but Windows reckons it has the best one for that card.
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  3. Posts : 60
    Windows 10 Pro Fast Ring
       #23

    Hazel123 said:
    1809 is fine on another machine. In fact that one is running better! It seems to have tamed the touchpad a bit. The only I’ve gone back to 1803 on, the WiFi has always been a bit iffy on Windows 10 - works but takes a minute or two to connect. I’ll see if there’s a latest driver but Windows reckons it has the best one for that card.
    This happened to me both on 1803 and 1809. What worked for me is I tried to update EVERY device from Device Manager. It got some more updates for the Intel and Asus devices.
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