Windows 10 v1809 is now ready for business users (finally!)

by Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
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Windows 10 1809 update

Windows 10 version 1809 is finally ready for business users. The Redmond giant announced users can now download and install Windows 10 v1809 Business Edition OS on their computers.

The code for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809) was finalized in September last year. The company started rolling out the update on October 2, 2018.

However, Microsoft was quickly forced to pull Windows 10 v1809 along with its Windows Server 2019/1809 Server equivalent.

The decision was made due to a series of bugs that triggered issues regarding ZIP compressed files and eventually led to loss of critical data.

Moving further, Microsoft adopted a slow approach in mid-November 2018 as far as the roll out of Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 1809 was concerned.

This time, the company adopted a slow and cautious approach in rolling out the updates to mainstream users. The support timeline clock was restarted by the tech giant in November 2019.  

Microsoft recently revealed its plans to discontinue Semi-Annual Channel Targeted (SAC-T) that is currently being used by few businesses. The drop in support was announced by the company as a part of its efforts to align Office 365 and Windows 10.

Windows 10 1903 update roll out starts April 2019

Additionally, the tech giant is all set to finalize the upcoming Windows 10 1903 update. The roll out for Windows 10 v1903 is expected to start in April next year.

There are still a handful of bugs that have been reported in the existing version of 1809. Hopefully, the upcoming Windows 10 version will fix them all.


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