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📣 [Windows Release Health Update – New Message] We are initiating the Windows 10 May 2019 Update for customers with devices running the April 2018 Update that will reach the end of 18 months of service on November 12, 2019. More details here: .
View announcements and review known issues and fixes for Windows 10 version 1903 and Windows Server 1903
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Elijah Ramirez Jul 17
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But what if I don’t want to update? I should be able to have that freedom. Plus, I’ve heard of a lot of bugs on 1903 that you guys just don’t want to care to fix. Why, Windows, why do you have to be like this?
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John  🤪 Jul 17
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
Why do i get the update offert when the realsense sr300 camera bug is still on the list?
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Adi Sama Jul 17
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
Could you not explain it in simpler term?
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Itsyeetus Jul 17
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
can you not-
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𝑅𝒶𝓇𝒾 Jul 17
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
No! I like 1803 and want to wait as long as possible before installing 1903 so it can mature. That's why I told it to hold off on feature updates in the Advanced Windows Update options.
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赵忠杰 Jul 18
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
macbook 2011 can’t update 1903 yet?
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DrameBaaz Jul 18
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
Glad I didn't have to plough through obscure Windows update logs, to figure out IIS was preventing an upgrade. Well done!
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赵忠杰 Jul 19
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
Has this problem been solved?
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Farhan Siraj Patel Jul 21
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
I updated my system to version 1903 couple of times but Visio for Office 365 did not work as intended. Once updated to version 1903, pan and zoom functions in Visio did not work. Also I wasn't able to delete an object in Visio.
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Harbor Collective Jul 22
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
My PC is not able to do any updates, it loads them and undos the installation when it cannot complete the installation. Do you have support to help these updates process completely?
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Curmudgeon Zero Jul 23
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
1903 is terrible. Nothing but DPC latency and poor kernel responsiveness. This is the first time I've ever rolled back an update.
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🎃ffshore 🎃ddities Jul 30
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
I will continue to play cat and mouse with show/hide then because the last time you tried to force update me I got a brick for Christmas! I have a metered connection and shite WiFi. You are forcing it on people and it's not fair.
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Jose C. Martinez Aug 31
Replying to @WindowsUpdate @ASUSUSA
Fix your buggy 1903 build. Had slow performance and many others problems. Roll back to 1803 for now, stop forcing updates on us. Pull 1903 out until its better stable for many brands like Asus. Tell them to fix drivers not working on 1903.
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cjones29hd Jul 16
Replying to @WindowsUpdate
Yeah this will go well. If I don't want to update then I shouldn't have to right now.
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Martin Geuss Jul 16
Just disconnect your PC from the network and you'll never be bothered to update again. It's really that simple.
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cjones29hd Jul 17
Oh I'm sure it is, but do you like not having control of your own computer?
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Martin Geuss Jul 17
I like it a lot, that's why I always install the latest updates to keep my system secure and healthy 🙂
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cjones29hd Jul 17
I'm glad you like it, but alot of us don't. The recurring forced app installs/bloat, pushing Microsoft Account sign-ins, forcing Telemetry, high cpu and ram usage at idle just to name a few. The whole Power Users vs General Users comes into play here.
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Jakob F. Jul 17
And why are you using Windows again?
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