Microsoft Updates Windows 10 Version 1803 System Requirements
Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) isn’t ready for re-launch, but in the meantime, Microsoft keeps making changes to the April update (version 1803), as it’s the latest stable release for its customers.
Recently, it was discovered that the Windows 10 on ARM push might be impacted by Microsoft’s Windows 10 version 1809 fiasco, as new devices powered by the Snapdragon 850 chip are running unsupported software.
Basically, Windows 10 devices that are powered by Qualcomm’s new processor are already available for customers worldwide, but officially, they are only supported by the October update given this is a new chip.
But due to the fact that Microsoft pulled the October update and it is yet to re-release it, these devices are running Windows 10 April 2018 Update, which at first didn’t include the Snapdra… (read more)