SOLVED Windows 10 update version 1909


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Hello all,

Will Windows 10 update version 1909 install via Windows 10 updates or do I need to download the iso and create bootable media and install it that way.


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Pretty sure it'll come via the common Update mechanism.
Possibly the 12th which would be a normal "Update Tuesday" if such things are even "normal" anymore.
 
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Hello Trouble,

Good to know.

I've been away from Windows 10 since August of this year so a little behind of what's going on with Windows 10.
Thanks for the reply.:)
 

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Probably important to check and make sure that you're current to date.

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Hello Trouble,

Yep the same as what you are showing so it appears I'm current.

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Hello Comp Cmndo,

Thanks for the reply and I was able to get my Windows 10 1909 update via the Windows update.

I downloaded and installed the update today without issues total time from start to finish around 15 minutes.

All appears to be running well.
 
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1909 version 18363476 installed today but is telling me it was installed 4/06/19 why would this be
 
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1909 version 18363476 installed today but is telling me it was installed 4/06/19 why would this be
Yep mine doesn't say today either.
In my case it's when I actually installed Windows 10 1903 update from an iso which I created and did a clean install.
 
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Yep mine doesn't say today either.
In my case it's when I actually installed Windows 10 1903 update from an iso which I created and did a clean install.
that sounds about right for mine too thanks
 
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I've successfully upgraded 5 PCs, 1 notebook, and 1 tablet. All were updated to 1909 from 1903 using windows update. I still have two notebooks, but they are rarely used. I believe 1909 is so little of an update. It was faster to update through Windows Update than downloading 1909 ISO. Maybe if I had twice as many machines I would have found need in downloading a new ISO.

The tablet was the worst in upgrading. Not only was it slow. It was dead when I tried powering it on. Charged it up for a few hours before getting started. The USB stick I wanted to use for upgrading to 1903 kept dropping connection for some reason. I finally setup an sd card for installation of 1903. It was actually better this way as I can not charge while using USB. I was hoping to use USB though, because that is what I use on all the other devices. Once I finally got started everything went slow but with out a hitch.

Note to self:
Next time upgrading a tablet switch to a local account. Between the failed PIN and reverting to password usage [with onscreen keyboard] every reboot, I was starting to pull my hair.
 
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I was surprised how quick the 1909 update was.

I download the 1909 update iso and it was 5.0GB.

I switched to a local account prior to the update.
 
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I download the 1909 update iso and it was 5.0GB.

I switched to a local account prior to the update.
I understood from your earlier post you had made your own ISo (From the ESD?)

Bit surprised at the size. Maybe a multi edition.?

What prompted you to change to a local account?
 
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What prompted you to change to a local account?
I had to create a Microsoft account to get the free Windows 10 upgrade.

I don't need a Microsoft account and from what I've read a local account is supposed to be more private and secure.

I'm not paranoid but don't care to be creating any accounts which I will never use.

A local account just sounds like a better option although I may be wrong.
 

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