Microsoft to push Spring 2019 Windows 10 update

Because of the more than expected amount of Windows 10 users are still using the v1803 release [which will have support ending this fall], Microsoft has decided to push out the v1903 [the latest Windows 10 release] earlier than usual.

You will have the option to delay the v1903 upgrade release for up to 35 days so you can do the upgrade at your convenience. Depending on your computer, this upgrade could last from about an hour [for faster computers] to over 2 hours [for slower computers].

This needs to be done soon – otherwise you will not receive any further security updates and enhancements.

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4 Responses to Microsoft to push Spring 2019 Windows 10 update

  1. rawgod says:

    And just why would someone want to do this when every new version of Windows 10 takes away my control of MY computer? The note that comes with it basically states this update will likely destroy my computer, in favour of what? Losing more control. And what happens after 35 days?

    • ebraiter says:

      New version of Windows 10 or are you still at Windows 7?
      I would love to know what you mean [with examples] of “takes away my control of MY computer”.
      As well, what “note” for “he note that comes with it basically states this update will likely destroy my computer”?
      After 35 days you will have no choice but to upgrade from an older Windows 10 version to Windows 10 v1903.

      • rawgod says:

        I got a new android tablet for xmas, and it came with a lot of junk I cannot delete or otherwise remove from my computer, such as that “assistant” that keeps offering to do things I do not want to do. I am not a computer geek, so maybe there are ways, but they certainly are not obvious or easy to accomplish.
        There are all kinds of apps I do not use that I cannot get rid of either, social media like facebook, twitter, instagram, and things I have no idea what thty even are.
        The request to update windows 10 started about a week to ten days ago, and is very persistent. It makes me want to through away the tablet.
        The note I am talking about is one that tells me I best back-up my computer because the likelihood is high that something will be lost if I allow the download. I don’t feel that good about taking the risk.

  2. ebraiter says:

    That’s anything on an Android for you. I don’t think there is a way to remove anything that came with it.
    There are a few free and cheap backup software out there if you want to be a bit safe…

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