Microsoft is testing a bad ad idea in Windows 10 Mail

  • Microsoft is testing a bad ad idea in Windows 10 Mail

Microsoft is testing a bad ad idea in Windows 10 Mail

The October Update is now available once again for Windows 10, Microsoft said in a blog post. As usual, if this has affected you, you will just have to wait and see.

We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update to Windows 10, version 1809, using the Update Now button or the Media Creation Tool from the Microsoft Software Download Center until newer Intel device drivers are available with the update. However, unlike the previous servicing model (for example, Windows Vista and Windows 7), feature updates include a smaller list of changes, which help to reduce app-compatibility issues and reduce the learning curve for users.

Microsoft updated the update history page for Windows 10 version 1809 recently with additional known issues. Beyond the issue of file loss for many users, a couple of questions have popped up.

What are Windows 10 feature updates? And why did Microsoft allow the file deletion glitch to sneak through when some Windows Insiders discovered it before the official launch?

What are Windows 10 quality updates? Let's look at the issues that have been reported so far. Plus, Microsoft is adopting a more restrained approach with the relaunch of the October Update.

But, even if Microsoft is A/B testing this advertisement, it's our job as Windows users to be upset about it and show Microsoft we aren't happy.

All the above are caused by the two GPUs, and are enough of a concern that Microsoft has blocked the Windows 10 October 1809 update to all machines that contain either of these two GPUs. The update will also bring a new feature that will apparently prevent Windows Update from randomly rebooting a computer when it is least convenient. Open Settings, then Update & Security, and then Windows Update. Click the button to Check for updates.

Note: In Windows Update, quality updates can appear as "Cumulative update", "Security update", or "Update for Windows 10". So, your mileage may vary as well.

Administrators who install the new version of Windows 10 via an installation package get a notification during setup that informs them about the issue and the requirement to install updates for installed Trend Micro products before proceeding with the installation of the upgrade.

As always, whether people take to the new white theme will very much be a case of personal preference, and we're not sure that it's our cup of tea from the screenshots that we have seen.