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  1. Microsoft starts force-upgrading users on Windows 10 1903 to 1909 Microsoft's Windows 10 May 2019 Update has been around for 17 months, and as usual for a spring release, that means that support is going to end in December. Specifically, it gets its last update on Patch Tuesday, which is December 8. That means that it's time for automatic updates, something that frankly should have started a while ago. The way Windows 10 feature updates is that Microsoft only automatically updates your machine if you're on a version that's nearing the end of suppo
  2. Windows 10 version 2004 is rolling out to more users with old versions of the OS Microsoft released Windows 10 version 2004 back in May, and it's been a bit of a bumpy road with known issues that are causing upgrade blocks. As is typically the case when a version of Windows 10 is nearing the end of support, Microsoft started force upgrading those on version 1809 to 2004 back in June, despite the fact that it promised to move them to version 1909 back in December. But of course, even with automatic updates, there are still a whole bunch of blocks in
  3. Windows 10 Version 2004: Forced upgrade without user consent The new Windows 10 May 2020 Update (Version 2004) has been generally available since May 27, 2020 and is being rolled out only slowly. But I have already seen reports that systems are automatically updated to Windows 10 Version 2004 without any user interaction. Feature update: This is how it should work Since Windows 10 version 1903, feature updates should be offered as optional. The user must explicitly trigger the download and installation, as shown in the following screenshot for version 1903.
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