Windows 10 September 2019 Update to Be Finalized in October, Launch in November
Microsoft is supposed to release a new feature update for Windows 10 any day now, according to the company’s very own schedule, but by the looks of things, we might have to wait a few more weeks until this happens.
Basically, Microsoft’s Windows 10 feature update release schedule includes two different such updates every year.
The first one is projected to launch in the spring – usually finalized in March and then shipped in April or May (the version numbers of these updates typically end in 03, a indicator of the month when they were finalized; Windows 10 April 2018 Update, for example, is version 1803 because it was completed in March 2018).
The second update gets the go-ahead in the fall – this means it’s finalized in September and then released in October (again, the version number indicates when the update was signed off, so it’s ending in 09 – living proof is Windows 10 October 2018 Update which landed as version 1809 because it was finalized in September 20… (read more)