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Microsoft Prepares for a Possible Re-release of Windows 10 October 2018 update (version 1809) in November

Rumors have been going around regarding the possibility of Microsoft preparing to release Windows 10 October 2018 update (version 1809) again in the coming days. This update was scheduled to be released in October 2018. The original patch day for the update was October 9th. However, a few brave ones were able to access Windows 10 version 1809 via Windows update on 2nd October so that they could use a functional update on this build. Consequently, a few users lost their data and hence Microsoft had to stop the rollout of this version. There were many other bugs reported which caused the release of the update to be delayed. After Microsoft stopped this update, people were eagerly waiting for its re-release. The entire month of October passed in anticipation and the update did not arrive. Now the whole focus of Windows users is on the month of November for a possible update release.

There could be a possibility of Windows 10 V1809 coming to Patch day, Borncity suggests. The next Patch day will fall on 13th of November (2nd Tuesday of the month). However, according to BornCity the release of Windows 10 October 2018 update might not come on the 13th as it could prove to be a bad omen for administrators. Therefore, the release data may be conceived to be the 14th.

According to the reporters of the Russian site adguard, Microsoft is preparing for a re-release of Windows 10 V1809 run. Until the 13th of November it is possible that the file “mediacreationtool1809oct. exe“(download here ) is replaced by a newer version.

A few websites such as Adguard are already prepared for Windows 10 V1809 update. You can see the version 1809 in the form fields already listed when “Windows (Final)” is selected, though with an older build.

It would be interesting to see whether Microsoft finally releases its October 2018 update in November or not.

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