Windows 10 version 1809 is now available for download. This is a feature update that includes new features and improvements, and we recommend that you install it.
The following are some of the new features in this release:
We’ve added support for mixed reality and augmented reality experiences, including new features in the Narrator and Windows Ink APIs.
We’ve improved the performance of the Photos app, and you can now group photos together in albums and share them with friends.
We’ve updated the Windows Defender Antivirus and Security Center features to help you keep your device safe.
We’ve also fixed several issues in this release,
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What’s new in the Windows October Update?
Beginning with the October 2018 Update, the Windows 10 October Update includes several new features and improvements, including:
1. You can now use a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse with Windows 10.
2. You can now use the Clipboard to copy text and images between different apps on your device.
3. You can now use the Home button on a touchscreen device to open the last app you were using.
4. There are new ways to control your privacy in Windows 10.
5. Your camera now supports Picture-in-Picture (PIP) for two screens.
6. You can now use the Action Center to manage your app and system settings.
7. The Windows Defender Application Guard now supports ARM64-based devices.
8. The Windows Hello feature now supports iris scanning.
9. The Microsoft Edge browser now supports anti-phishing protection.
10. The Windows Store now has a new layout.
11. The new Paint 3D app now supports 3D objects, masks, and textures.
12. The Narrator feature now supports Braille displays.
13. The Windows 10 October Update includes improvements to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
14. There are new features for the Surface Hub.
15. There are various bug fixes and performance improvements in the October Update.
How to get the Windows October Update
I am writing this as a detailed professional, witty and clever explanation on how to get the Windows October Update.
First and foremost, please remember to back up your computer before downloading anything, as there is always a risk when downloading new updates.
Once you have the Windows October Update downloaded, please follow these simple steps:
1. Open Settings on your computer.
2. Under “Update & security”, click on the “Windows Update” icon.
3. On the Windows Update page, click on the “Check for updates” button.
4. If the Windows October Update is available, it will be displayed on the right-hand side of the page.
5. Click on the “Install updates” button.
6. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of the Windows October Update.
7. Once the installation is complete, click on the “OK” button to close the Windows Update window.
8. Finally, restart your computer.
That’s all there is to it! You have now successfully installed the Windows October Update.
How to install the Windows October Update
As we prepare for the Windows 10 October Update, we wanted to provide a detailed guide on how to install it. This update includes a number of new features and improvements, so we wanted to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to update their devices.
If you are unfamiliar with how to install updates, we recommend that you follow our guide. This guide will walk you through the entire process, from downloading the update to installing it.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to us on our social media channels or in the comments below. We would love to hear from you.
Thank you for your continued support.
The Microsoft Team
Known issues and problems with the Windows October Update
Windows 10 Version 1809: What’s new
We’ve got a whole bunch of new features in the Windows 10 October update, including the ability to share files more easily between your PC and phone, new ways to help children learn to read, and more.
The update is available now, so go get it! And if you have any problems, be sure to check our Known issues and problems with the Windows 10 October Update page for a list of things you may encounter.
How to uninstall or remove the Windows October Update
I wanted to write a little update on how to uninstall or remove the Windows 10 October Update. I’ve received a few questions on this, so I wanted to provide a detailed explanation.
First, if you are still on the RTM (release to manufacturing) build of Windows 10, you will not be able to uninstall or remove the October Update. If you are on a later build, you can uninstall it using the Add or Remove Programs tool in Control Panel.
Second, if you are on a computer that is joined to a corporate network, you may not be able to uninstall or remove the October Update. This is because Microsoft has put in place a mechanism for distributing updates to users in a specific order, and the October Update is part of that ordered distribution.
Third, if you have automatic updates enabled, the October Update will be downloaded and installed automatically. If you do not want the October Update, you can disable automatic updates.
Fourth, you can uninstall the October Update using the Add or Remove Programs tool in Control Panel. If you choose to uninstall it, you will be prompted to reboot your computer.
Finally, if you choose to remove the October Update using the Add or Remove Programs tool, a reboot may be required.
Thanks for reading. I hope this helps!
The latest update to Windows 10, version 1809, is now available to download. This update includes a number of new features, updates, and fixes, and is recommended for all users.