Microsoft began to force the update of version 1803 (April 2018 Update) to 1903 of Windows 10 on machines. The company itself issued a statement explaining the measure – although it did not confirm that it began to “push” the edit change.
According to the Redmond giant, the update began to be applied on computers without the most recent editions of its services, such as those that will expire soon – 1803 has a deadline until November of this year.
“Based on the large number of devices running the April 2018 release – which will end in November 2019 – we began the upgrade process for Home and Pro editions to make sure there is enough time for an update process soft.”
As justification for the action, Microsoft credits the security of the operating system and considers the update something essential to keep the machine protected.
The company will perform the upgrade gradually. That way, if you’re still in Windows 2000 version 1803, it’s possible that the “forced” change happens in days, weeks, or months.
The US multinational had already done something similar exactly at the launch of the April 2018 Update, when it “pushed” the update to several users – even those who set the machine to postpone change.
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