Windows 10 pro version 1903, safe to upgrade?


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    Windows 10 Pro version 1903
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    Windows 10 pro version 1903, safe to upgrade?


    I have a Lenovo t430s laptop running windows 10 pro version 1809 and I am thinking about letting it do the windows 10 pro version 1903 update. I am just wondering if it is safe to let it do it or not yet?
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  2. ThrashZone's Avatar
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    Hi,
    1903 has been out for less than one month lol install it at own risk
    Make a system image to a removable hard drive and go for it.

    Create Backup Image with Macrium Reflect by Britec - YouTube
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    Windows 10 Pro version 1903
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    I just installed it on the t430s and it looks like it works ok, only been using it for a few minutes though.
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  4. Steve C's Avatar
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    I just updated y Dell laptop which is running OK except that Sandbox doesn't start if you install the latest Intel microcode update KB4497165
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    Windows 10 Pro version 1903
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    I have been using my t430s most of the day today and for a few hours last night and it seems to work just as well as it did with 1809, havent really played with too many of the features yet though
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  6. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    If it is being offered to you, then no show stoppers were found in the Windows Update check. As mentioned, and good practice in any case, always do backups prior to any major change. Then go ahead, if it doesn't work out for you, you can always roll back within 10 days from the built in backup, Windows.old, or restore your backup. Been running fine here since 5/21.
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit Version 1809
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    Proceed with trepidation. I just wasted 3 hours attempting it, only to have it fail. If second attempt fails then since it's running fine as it is then I'll leave it as it is - life's too short.
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