Microsoft begins the automatic upgrade of Windows 10 version 2004 for devices reaching end of service automatically.
Windows 10 version 1809, October 2018 Update, — codenamed Redstone 5 — is the next major release expected to deliver a new set of features and improvements. The release date for version 1809 is October 2, 2018, but the re-release date is November 13, 2018.
It’ll include features like new cloud-powered clipboard, dark theme for File Explorer, Microsoft AI, Fluent Design tweaks, a lot of Microsoft Edge improvements, and much more.
All Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Redstone 5) related content, news, new features and changes can be found here.
Windows 10 release date and technical details
- OS: Windows 10
- Official name: October 2018 Update
- Version: 1809
- Build: 17763
- Codename: Redstone 5
- Release date: October 2, 2018
- Paused date: October 6, 2018
- Re-release date: November 13, 2018
- Broadly available date (advanced users): December 17, 2018
- Broadly available date (automatic update): January 16, 2019
- Start of service (business): March 28, 2019
- Start of service: November 13, 2018
- End of service: May 12, 2020 (Home and Pro)
- End of service (business): May 11, 2021 (Enterprise and Education)
- Delayed: No
- Price: Free (on PCs already running the OS)
What’s new with version 1809
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