Windows 10 Version 1809, better known as the October 2018 Update, turned out to be the company’s buggiest release in a long time. And this has significantly affected its uptake. Or, at least, its early adoption rates. This has been revealed in the AdDuplex report for December, which shows that the latest version of...

And not even that, if we go by the latest numbers provided by AdDuplex. To say that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had a slow start would be an understatement. Besieged by bugs, errors, and installation issues, this version of the operating system seems to be finding life difficult out in the wild....

Let’s just hope that things get better from here. Because this is really something out of the ordinary. Windows 10 version 1809 is absolutely besieged by bugs, and things just keep going down a spiral. At this point, it is fair to say that the October 2018 is the worst rollout in the history. Of rollouts, perhaps. Or...

The future is shaky? It’s no secret that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had its fair share of problems, ever since Microsoft skipped over the Release Preview ring and released it to the public. Obviously, the issues were deep inside and testing would only have brought them forward. Not magically fixed...

And it only took but a month! Microsoft has rereleased Windows 10 October 2018 Update, signaling the resumption of the rollout of version 1809 via Windows Update. Meaning, this newest version of the operating system is now, once again, up for grabs. More than one month after the company was forced to suspend the...

Well, at least we have the details. And oh, the company has also restarted the rollout of the October 2018 Update after figuring out exactly what went wrong. For Insiders, at least. Apparently, a change made to the Known Folder Redirection (KFR) feature is to blame here. If you’re out of the loop, Microsoft pulled the...

It’s that time of the year again. A melancholy, depressing time. One where Microsoft announces the features that are being removed or deprecated in the next version of Windows 10. This time around, the version in question is version 1809, previously known as its codename Redstone 5. Now, better known as the October...

The deal is sealed! Microsoft has officially confirmed that upcoming Redstone 5 update will be known as Windows 10 version 1809, which is now the formal version number. This, the company revealed in a new preview build that it rolled out for Insiders on the Fast ring of the program, which brought with it several...