Still running Windows 10 1803?: Microsoft warns about ending support

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  1. jbmcmillan

    jbmcmillan Ancient Guru

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    A lot easier not to break stuff when it's only limited combinations of hardware that's being upgraded. I think they should go to yearly updates as I think the speed that they're moving is the biggest problem.
     
  2. Exodite

    Exodite Ancient Guru

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    I'd argue we're at 4.x.

    Nothing earth-shattering has happened since NT.

    Sure there's DX, a plethora of new UIs and whatever but nothing that actually changes the base usage of the OS.
     
  3. tsunami231

    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    I would love it if there do once year or even once ever 18 months new build and nothing but CU between there. Developers at MS and ones doing Windows have never EVER worked this much and show with the amount of bug and issue happening every build. so why they would keep doing new build every 6 month is beyond me.

    I dont want new feature I want stable system that isnt broke after an update or build update
     
  4. darkrainbow

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    weirdly my custom AMD pc refused to upgrade to 1903... had to force upgrade via the upgrade assistant... had a few issues with earlier updates trashing my dual boot Linux / win10 install and having to manually block bad updates :( so waited a bit before upgrading to this ver
    1903 running fine now :)
     

  5. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    They should end support for everything until 1903/1909!

    I wish i was the CEO of M$...
     

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