There are some critical reasons why Windows 10 still isn’t the most popular operating system in the world. It failing to overtake the matured Windows 7 has a lot to do with system upgrade bugs.
The Fall/Spring Creators upgrade last year was a major debacle for Windows 10 users. Following this update, Microsoft also failed to meet the promises with the October 2018 update. Today, Windows 10 users are stuck with bugged PCs while Microsoft is taking time to fix the update.
Windows 10 October 2018 Update – the Good News
Thankfully, you can avail the first software patch soon. Microsoft plans to release the delayed patch in mid-November. The patch can fix some major bugs with the October 2018 update.
According to reports, a new build (17763.107) of the Windows 10 October 2018 update has been tested with the Slow and Release Preview communities. The patch can fix a couple of things for Windows 10 users,
- Debugging zip file extraction
- Creating a write-protected location for the extracted files
- Fixing the Edge (browser) issues
You’ll seen get notifications to install the next major update by Microsoft. Past the November 2018 update, Windows 10 users may get pleased to know positive developments towards fixing these bugs.
There’s still time for Microsoft to fix issues revolving the Task Manager. Due to the October 2018 update, several Windows 10 users reportedly experienced accelerated CPU usage. However, the Task Manager failed to notify or detect this high CPU usage.
Then, the background services on Task Manager started blinking weirdly. It spooked business enterprises, as they appeared to a few as malware attacks.
In the coming days, Microsoft may reconsider its upcoming update releases. It is time for Windows 10 to get better for surpassing Windows 7 as the world’s most popular operating system.
Stay tuned for more on Windows 10 October 2018 update.