Microsoft has officially launched the new Windows 10 October 2018 Update, and this time the rollout begins unexpectedly early.
The company has skipped a Windows Insider ring and jumped directly to the public availability of Windows 10 October 2018 Update, apparently suggesting that the release is reliable enough and no further testing is necessary.
While this could indeed be the case, it’s important to note that the October 2018 Update is rolling out in stages to users across the world, but Microsoft also allows you to download it right away without waiting.
Here’s how the automatic rollout works. Basically, Microsoft pushes the October 2018 Update in waves in order to collect data on possible bugs and fix them before more computers that would be potentially affected by the same problems receive it.
This approach relies on a machine learning system that ha… (read more)