If You Haven’t Yet Been Updated to Windows 10 Version 1809, You’re Not Alone
According data gathered by AdDuplex, by December 31, 2019, Windows 10 October 2018 Update – version 1809 had been installed on less than 7% of Windows 10 computers. Compare that with the 54% of Windows 10 systems that were automatically updated to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (October 2018) version 1709 by the end of 2017.
Microsoft began pushing out Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) on an accelerated schedule staring the second week of January 2019.
It seems that Microsoft is being more careful in pushing out the October 2018 Update to Windows users after a couple of serious debacles in 2018.
Following Microsoft’s usual timetable, the next Windows 10 version update code named “19H1″ ( and to be released as Windows 10 version 1903), will not be released until much later in the year. In the past couple of years Microsoft has been on a an April – October version update release schedule.
Hopefully, Microsoft is listening to the concerns of Windows 10 users who have had major problems with Windows 10 Updates, particularly those who have had serious problems with Windows 10 version updates. Maybe we’re getting closer to a time when Microsoft releases only one major Windows 10 version update per year instead of two.
We think that’s a good idea. What do you think?