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Upcoming Windows 10 1909: Update or upgrade? Microsoft clarifies

By July 16, 2019Newsletters

Microsoft this week clarified how the unprecedented Windows 10 refresh expected to ship in September will behave when users decide to skip installing it or want to postpone its appearance on their PCs.

“Customers can control 19H2 like other Feature Updates,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in an email. “For [Windows 10] Home and [Windows 10] Pro users, control will also remain unchanged and largely up to the user when to initiate when the update occurs.”

Microsoft has code-named the fall release as 19H2 for now – the label identifying the upgrade as the second of the year – but it will likely be later named 1909 in the company’s four-digit yymm format.

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