Windows 10 October 2018 Update: How Windows Update Prevents Unexpected Reboots
Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) is now in the final development stages ahead of its release next month, and Microsoft is fully focused on fixing bugs and refining performance.
In other words, the preview builds that the company ships these days do not include any new features, but are specifically supposed to prepare the feature update for the public launch.
Windows 10 version 1809 will include several new features, like Cloud Clipboard and a dark theme for File Explorer, but at the same time, it also comes with smaller refinements that are supposed to improve the general experience with the OS.
One of them concerns the updating process on Windows 10, as this has been one of the biggest headaches for many years, not only in this latest version of the operating system, but also in the previous versions.
There was a time when Windows updates interrupted users’ work all of a sudden to reboot the system, and in the last few years, Microsoft has focused … (read more)