Windows 10 October 2018 Update was released again this month.

Patales that accompany the release, respectively. the re-release of the Windows 10 October Update is also reflected in the poor Windows 10 October 2018 Update on compatible devices.

Sites such as and have highlighted up-to-date AdDuplex statistics that rely on data collected from around 5,000 applications from the Microsoft Store using AdDuplex ads.

Data shows that Windows 10 October 2018 Update alias Windows 10 version 1809 currently only uses about 2.8 percent of Windows 10 devices. The number has risen from 2.3 percent after releasing a major update.

The April update of April 2018 Update, which has a share of 89.5 percent, continues to dominate so clearly.

However, the preliminary results of the latest release of Windows 10 may not be so surprising. Not surprisingly, the users themselves are not very keen on updating – there have been more or less problems and are being corrected gradually. Whether it was a big file deletion case, problems with Intel drivers, iCloud, or the network. Microsoft itself had to stop delivering an update to multiple devices in different cases.

From the development of Windows 10: The startup menu will also be improved

Microsoft released another public preview. Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 public preview for potential buyers as part of a major 19H1 update. Assembling Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18290 is available for Insiders who take Fast Ring releases.

At the same time, in view of the upcoming completion date (December 14) of older builds, Microsoft recommends that you upgrade to the latest builds – Build 18290 for Fast Ring and ISO thumbnails and Build 17763 for Slow ring.

The new release of tested Windows 10 suggests additional news that we can expect to see in the “tenth” for the next year’s update. In addition to the changes in Jump Lists, we can prepare to further refine the Start menu. Including adding new icons for better orientation. As it should look like in practice, the attached picture is coming close:

In the Date & Time settings, you have the option to manually synchronize our time with the time server.

A new microphone icon has already been added to Build 18252. Located in the bottom notification bar. It lets you know which application is in use or not. accesses the microphone. Newly, the application will be displayed when you hover your mouse over the icon.

The big Windows 10 19H1 update should appear sometime in March or April next year.