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Windows 10 version 1909 has now been released for all users

The autumn 2019 update for Windows 10 was little more than a service pack, Microsoft has hardly distributed any real innovations in version 1909. Nevertheless, one was careful here and did not update all PCs at once. The restrictions now end.
Windows 10 version 1909 has now been released for all users

Microsoft released an update in autumn 2018 that can and should be called a debacle. Because version 1809 was full of sometimes serious bugs, it was the first and so far only major update for Windows 10 that Microsoft had to withdraw. 
Windows 10 version 1909 has now been released for all users

Microsoft naturally learned from this and since then has been extremely careful when distributing such updates.

One of the consequences of this is that updates are only released gradually, even if the issues are relatively small. What is meant here is, of course, the second update of 2019, as is well known, it was not much more than a maintenance update. 

Accordingly, this was not shown to everyone, even if you searched for it manually in Windows Update, which also depended on the installed version.

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But now all restrictions have been lifted: If you click on the "Check for updates" link in the Windows 10 settings under "Update and security" or Windows Update, you are now definitely offered the installation option (via Softpedia ). So far, you had to have installed the first update of 2019 (version 1903) to get version 1909 offered.

The restrictions lasted a little more than two months, and the last update hardly caused any problems, which was to be expected due to the severely restricted innovations. 

The next update (20H1 or version 2004), which is planned for spring 2020, will bring significantly more new features, especially the restore of the operating system via the cloud.



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