Upgrading to Windows 10 The October 2018 Upgrade has undoubtedly become a cold water jug for Redmond. And this, as you already know, the last major update of Windows 10 had to be stopped due to problems with the disappearance of files.
Thus, after many years of successful work with Windows 10 in October last year, the company saw that much of the trust in its operating system would be destroyed due to an update that is clearly not what was expected. from a Microsoft status company and what's now installed on only 6% of computers running Windows 10,
Windows 10 Update Assistant may return
That is why, as we were able to find out with AskWoody, Redmond’s own company can be very close to a revival. Windows 10 Update Assistantan application that Microsoft already used at that time to encourage users to switch to Windows 10. Something that is derived from the detailed information that Microsoft offered in connection with the patch KB4023814.
So, as we read in the information about this patch, Windows 10 users with versions 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, or 1709 can see how your computer recognizes the Windows 10 Update Assistant. The assistant, who, by notification, will indicate to users that the latest security measures should be installed on their equipment, initiating an update attempt,
We will see whether Redmond will be able to reduce this fragmentation of its operating system, or, conversely, will eventually tune more users to Windows 10 and its update system. Do you think Microsoft succeeds when inviting users to update these types of applications?