Windows 10 April 2019 Update Almost Ready After Anti-Cheat Bug Fix

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Due to this more cautious approach, the availability of Windows 10 version 1809 improved slowly, so in January this year, Microsoft released it via Windows Update to all users who manually searched for updates.

Essentially, this means that Microsoft believes the update is fully shipshape and ready to be delivered broadly to all PCs, and also to business computers (with business environments needing to be sure of the stability of an update for obvious reasons - downtime costs money here).

The troubled Windows 10 version 1809 update is now ready for broad deployment, Microsoft has confirmed.

Overall, the new update features a number of small tweaks and fixes created to have Windows 10 run as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

Launching games that use anti-cheat software may trigger a bugcheck (GSOD).UPDATE 3/28: Many games that use anti-cheat software have released fixes for the issue causing PCs to bugcheck (GSOD). The version was so unpopular that is was adopted by less than 30% of Windows 10 devices with 50% of users expressing that they may never update to this particular version.

One question attempts to gauge how well IT pros and consumers understand Microsoft's soul-sapping Windows servicing model and terminology, which demand each group understands the difference between its twice-a-year feature updates, quality updates, Patch Tuesday security updates, non-security updates, optional updates, automatic updates, cumulative updates, monthly rollup updates, preview quality updates, and so on.

Finally, Microsoft has designated Windows 10 v1809 as a ready product for deployment for all, including businesses.

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Microsoft updated the Windows 10 release information page to highlight the change.

If you are cynical, you might say that millions of home Microsoft customers have tested the new version of Windows 10 long enough for it to become Enterprise- and business-ready.

As of Windows 10 1903, the SAC-T (Semi-Annual Channel Targeted) will be discontinued, as previously announced by the company. Unless Microsoft discovers another serious bug at the last minute, we expect the public rollout to kick off in April.

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"Intel inadvertently released versions of its display driver (versions 24.20.100.6344, 24.20.100.6345) to OEMs that accidentally turned on unsupported features in Windows".

Now You: Did you upgrade to Windows 10 version 1809 already?

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