Windows 10 October Update Finally Launching to Public

Microsoft Re-releasing Windows 10 October Update (1809) Today

Microsoft's new Windows 10 19H1 test build adds new light theme, more updating and printing options

Of course, Windows 10 now has a Dark Theme and the company is looking to distinguish the difference between the two.

Revealed in a blog post about the new Windows test build, the theme reimagines the current white look, bringing it system-wide.

It's no secret that Microsoft has had a few issues with the quality of Windows 10 updates and the company is publicly stating that they are working to improve the hardening of each release before it makes its way to the public.

In addition to this, Windows 10 will finally let you pause its consistently irritating update cycle, suited to how you want it to work.

Windows 10 has long had a system-wide dark mode, but now, in what can only be seen as an attempt to buck the trend of what's currently popular, Microsoft had decided to make a new light theme.

Last month, the Redmond-based technology major released Windows 10 October 2018 update (version 1809) to all users.

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Microsoft has restarted the rollout of the 1809 Windows 10 update and Windows Server 2019 to coincide with this month's Patch Tuesday.

That Windows 10 test build, No. 18282, which Microsoft is rolling out to Fast Ring Insiders on November 14, adds a new light theme which turns all system UI elements light. You can check out 7 new features for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update here. The more substantive information for IT pros will be more detailed and transparent information about not just the 1809 update, but also around the status of future servicing updates to help them plan ahead. "Our goal is to provide everyone with only the best experiences on Windows, and we take all feedback seriously", writes Michael Fortin, Microsoft Corporate VP for Windows.

The last update of the system became a disaster. For instance, such points have been made by Susan Bradley, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and moderator of the list-serve discussion forum for IT pros. "This included many crucial documents and financial info". "Completely gone, nothing in Windows.old either". Early adopters who downloaded and installed it manually may have been affected.

To get access to the preview build, you'll have to register through Microsoft's website.

And you can stop clicking on "Check for updates", as Cable stated the update will not appear even if that button is clicked.

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