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Windows 10 October 2018 Update now available - tech
(hx) 03:23 AM EDT - Oct,03 2018 - Post a comment / read (13)
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is version 1809, and while it's the latest feature update, a major focus of this update was fixes and refinements. Some features, like Sets and Alt-Tab bringing up browser tabs, have been delayed, and despite Sets not having returned yet in Skip Ahead builds, Microsoft has assured Neowin that the feature is still going to return. One new feature is Your Phone, an app that will allow you to better interact with your phone from your PC. Right now, you can send and receive SMS messages, and interact with your 25 most recent images from your gallery on an Android phone. The app should also be coming to Windows 10 version 1803, so while it's headlining as an 1809 feature, it's an independent app.

There's a new clipboard history that syncs with the cloud, and it works across devices. This feature is also being added to SwiftKey on iOS and Android. SwiftKey also comes to the Windows 10 onscreen keyboard with this update. Another big change is dark theme in the File Explorer. It reflects the system settings, despite it being a Win32 app. While that Win32 app is being enhanced, some are being deprecated, like the Snipping Tool. It's being replaced by a new snipping experience that can be opened with Win+Shift+S.

This new update also adds official support for DirectX Raytracing (DXR). With this update, DirectX Raytracing will work out-of-box on supported hardware and the first wave of DirectX Raytracing in games is coming soon. As we’ve already reported, the first games that will support DXR are Battlefield 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Metro Exodus, with more games to come in the near future. According to Microsoft, the first DXR games will worth with NVIDIA’s RTX technology. RTX will make DirectX Raytracing run as efficiently as possible on NVIDIA’s hardware (which is the only GPU manufacturer right now that supports real-time ray tracing).

There's more, of course, including the usual improvements to Microsoft's Edge browser, more Fluent Design elements, new emoji, Notepad improvements, and more. The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is a free update for all Windows 10 PCs, and you can grab it by heading to Settings -> Update & security -> Windows Update -> Check for updates.



For those that prefer to start with a clean slate, Microsoft has also made the updated Media Creation Tool available to download, which means you can create an ISO or USB stick with the October 2018 Update media.
last 10 comments:
gx-x(09:56 AM EDT - Oct,03 2018 )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQqwG_rQx7A

:D

Tom(03:22 PM EDT - Oct,03 2018 )
Yeah nothing in this small update that I really care about but at least it's getting true attention/support unlike the former OS's. I don't know anyone who's a true gamer running anything less than Win10.


gx-x(09:44 PM EDT - Oct,03 2018 )
you get to have black background themed explorer, what more can someone want?! :D

Tom(03:21 PM EDT - Oct,04 2018 )
gx-x> you get to have black background themed explorer, what more can someone want?! :D

nothing really because it's already a great OS and I don't nor ever had an issue since the day I installed it.

Csimbi(03:44 PM EDT - Oct,04 2018 )
A word of warning before you try the update:
https://www.petri.com/windows-10-october-update-is-deleting-content-users-beware

Run that app below and report back, please, would you?
https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/what-to-expect-from-windows-10-october-2018-update/14/
What does basic and full contain?

gx-x(07:30 PM EDT - Oct,04 2018 )
honestly, I never use default windows defined folders. So documents, pictures, videos, etc are all empty.
Second thing - I block all telemetry except the ones for updates and defender.
so, really, I can't help you with your request Csimbi.

Also, I still don't have the update offered, I might be in one of those "manually update" situations :P

devilhood(09:10 PM EDT - Oct,04 2018 )
No missing files here, but then again most of my user related data are symbolic links, stored on a different hard disk. Weirdly though, it DID free up about 5-10 GB but I have no idea where that originated from. I cannot see anything missing and everything is fine.

I love Win10 but it's always tedious after an update. I had to do all the standard bullshit, remove Windows.old, run Disk Cleanup, CCleaner, TCP Optimizer, O&O ShutUp to disable all the fucking telemetry AGAIN because Microsoft assumes I want my data to be shared like a slut.

Need to check my group policies too because I wouldn't be surprised if something has changed there.

The dark mode with Explorer is sexy, so I'm relatively happy.

Tom(11:56 PM EDT - Oct,04 2018 )
Csimbi> A word of warning before you try the update:
https://www.petri.com/windows-10-october-update-is-deleting-content-users-beware

Run that app below and report back, please, would you?
https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/what-to-expect-from-windows-10-october-2018-update/14/
What does basic and full contain?


First one. More than likely user error, stupidity.

2nd one, the tool is/was available for a while they just added ability to see what's actually being sent. Guess what, it's nothing but generic info.

Next...

Tom(12:05 AM EDT - Oct,05 2018 )
devilhood> No missing files here, but then again most of my user related data are symbolic links, stored on a different hard disk. Weirdly though, it DID free up about 5-10 GB but I have no idea where that originated from. I cannot see anything missing and everything is fine.

I love Win10 but it's always tedious after an update. I had to do all the standard bullshit, remove Windows.old, run Disk Cleanup, CCleaner, TCP Optimizer, O&O ShutUp to disable all the fucking telemetry AGAIN because Microsoft assumes I want my data to be shared like a slut.

Need to check my group policies too because I wouldn't be surprised if something has changed there.

The dark mode with Explorer is sexy, so I'm relatively happy.


Likely cleaned up old unneeded restore files/settings or did a disk cleanup. Nothing should be missing.

I never have a problem after updates, my system boots in 12 seconds flat and nothing at all lags outside of browsing local SAN drives. Windows.old is important stuff and pretty dumb to remove, imo. If you're that desperate for space get a bigger drive and/or SSD. You will have no chance of Rollback if anything should happen. And like Windows before it, yes, keeping it clean like you do is normal. All OS's collect telemetry and in all cases except maybe Android can disabled. It's just another anti-windows weak complaint.

dark mode is very nice. 8)

devilhood(12:09 PM EDT - Oct,05 2018 )
Tom> devilhood> No missing files here, but then again most of my user related data are symbolic links, stored on a different hard disk. Weirdly though, it DID free up about 5-10 GB but I have no idea where that originated from. I cannot see anything missing and everything is fine.

I love Win10 but it's always tedious after an update. I had to do all the standard bullshit, remove Windows.old, run Disk Cleanup, CCleaner, TCP Optimizer, O&O ShutUp to disable all the fucking telemetry AGAIN because Microsoft assumes I want my data to be shared like a slut.

Need to check my group policies too because I wouldn't be surprised if something has changed there.

The dark mode with Explorer is sexy, so I'm relatively happy.


Likely cleaned up old unneeded restore files/settings or did a disk cleanup. Nothing should be missing.

I never have a problem after updates, my system boots in 12 seconds flat and nothing at all lags outside of browsing local SAN drives. Windows.old is important stuff and pretty dumb to remove, imo. If you're that desperate for space get a bigger drive and/or SSD. You will have no chance of Rollback if anything should happen. And like Windows before it, yes, keeping it clean like you do is normal. All OS's collect telemetry and in all cases except maybe Android can disabled. It's just another anti-windows weak complaint.

dark mode is very nice. 8)


True, Windows.old can be very useful. Thankfully I've never needed to rollback, and I'd only foresee a rollback if the update didn't finish properly for whatever reason, or if Microsoft rolled out an update that broke all of my apps. If they did that, however, I'd already see some kind of warning pop up on social media saying: "DO NOT INSTALL THIS POS UPDATE, M$ HAVE LOST THEIR WAY" :lol: All good, anyways. No actual bugs so far... Maybe some UI quirks. The volume control pop-up looks smaller, is that just me?

My gripe, albeit minor, isn't actually with the collection of Telemetry, but more the fact that every update "resets" my personal settings which deny M$ that Telemetry. I do not believe an update should reset personal settings, because in a way, it's a naive and patronising. Honestly, such settings should be entirely linked to a Microsoft Account, not the OS itself, so if you log in the settings are sync'd and not overwritten by any defaults.

gx-x(01:05 PM EDT - Oct,05 2018 )
just use this app for telemetry
DisableWinTracking
you will manually check/uncheck a few boxes representing group types of telemetry and you are done in a minute. Never bother manually doing it again. That is basically the best app I could find for doing this simply, fast and safely. I have tried 4-5 apps before this.

devilhood(08:57 PM EDT - Oct,05 2018 )
gx-x> just use this app for telemetry
DisableWinTracking
you will manually check/uncheck a few boxes representing group types of telemetry and you are done in a minute. Never bother manually doing it again. That is basically the best app I could find for doing this simply, fast and safely. I have tried 4-5 apps before this.


Thx for the recommendation. It's decent! Has the basic functionality it needs. I do wish that O&O ShutUp could run every reboot though - silently. I love that software.

Csimbi(08:30 AM EDT - Oct,06 2018 )
quote:
O&O ShutUp
Catchy name ;-)

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