Microsoft had originally issued Windows 10 version 1809 on October 2, but later suspended it due to data loss issues for some users. This led to the company pulling the software from its servers and halting the rollout for an undisclosed amount of time. The update also promises a dark theme for File Explorer, a clipboard history, a new screenshot annotation tool, an update for the Edge browser and new emojis. The update was originally released in October, but the company was forced to pull it from its servers after some users found that it was causing files on their computers to disappear and data to be lost.
Windows 10 already has a dark theme, but now it's getting a real light theme. Currently, Windows 10 has more than 700 million monthly active devices and 16 million unique hardware/driver combination.
Microsoft recently extended support for Enterprise and Education from 18 to 30 months for all upgrades released in the fall with the xx09 moniker.
In order to install the October 2018 Update, you will have to go to Windows Update in Settings and "Check for updates". Windows 10 19H1 is that build and will be released to end users during next spring.
Ever since we introduced the ability to choose between light and dark in Windows 10, we've heard feedback asking for a truer separation between the two options.
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The October Update was a surprise in that Microsoft didn't test it with the Windows Insider Program's Release Preview ring, which is where production builds are usually tested before release.
The new update should start rolling out soon to Windows 10 PCs, or you can manually check for updates and get it right away. It's also important to remember that alongside Windows Insiders, the latest builds are also tested within Redmond itself and by Microsoft's extensive list of OEM partners.
And you can stop clicking on "Check for updates", as Cable stated the update will not appear even if that button is clicked.
The October Update is now available once again for Windows 10, Microsoft said in a blog post.
This is the second semi-release that has had bugs at the time of rollout.