The Windows 10 build 19H1 will be the next major update to the OS after the October 2018 update being rolled out right now. With Windows set to dark and app mode set to light, you'll use the old default theme. Unlike the 1803 April Update, which had the fastest rollout of any Windows 10 release, the 1809 rollout will start slowly and will only speed up once telemetry shows installations are healthy and not causing problems. The Redmond tech giant identified and remedied the issue within days but held back on releasing the patched update to a wide audience in order to conduct extensive internal validation and gather feedback from the Windows Insider community.
Also published on Medium. A Delay Snip was added recently and that's now accompanied by the ability to capture a specific window. However, this does not mean Microsoft won't release ISOs. For the former, users can now pause updates from directly on the Windows Update page.
There was no word on when Microsoft might push the update out to all users, something it has done in the past, although Cable noted that Microsoft was slowing the rollout "to more carefully study device health data".
In any case, Microsoft has been following a "data-driven listening approach" to track the quality of Windows 10 releases, Fortin argued.More news: Rams, Chiefs players not willing to play on field in Mexico
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The recent Windows 10 October update was, to put it mildly, bumpy for some.
If you run a Windows 10 PC with mapped network drives you may want to hit the brakes to make sure that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is not deployed on the device.
Windows 10 users will only be able to install the update if their computers have no incompatible applications.
Microsoft is hard at work on features for the next Windows 10 update, including a newly unveiled light theme. (Users need to turn this setting on manually.) Microsoft is adding some new printing options with Build 18282 and is adding icons to help users find the ones they need. Kaspersky Lab says the target machines were Windows 7, 32-bit and Windows Server 2008, located mostly in the Middle East.