Day two and Windows 10 October 2018 Update trips over Intel audio

Day two and Windows 10 October 2018 Update trips over Intel audio

Day two and Windows 10 October 2018 Update trips over Intel audio

The new feature will arrive in the October Windows update, which is beginning to roll out from today. It'll become more widely available October 9, according to ZDNet.

Microsoft releases these updates twice a year, and they're packed with too many new features and changes in one place - especially when most of them probably won't be noticed by the majority of PC users.

According to Intel, the issue is with 6th Generation (codenamed Skylake) or newer processors, however, Microsoft hasn't specified which devices are being blocked from receiving the latest update. Microsoft hopes that this update will help people get more work done when they need to, with Windows fighting with them rather than against them.

Users can update to the latest version of Windows 10 in a number of ways. Once the update finishes installing, you can go back to this Settings page and leave the Insider Preview if you so desire.

Windows 10 is getting a big update in its next release. Microsoft is yet to acknowledge the issue, and some users are reporting that reverting back to an older version of Windows 10 doesn't recover the deleted files. The first thing that users are likely to notice is support for a dark theme to use with File Explorer.

Additionally, the Your Phone app will let you text on your Android phone using your computer, and see the photos you took with your phone on your PC.

Of course, there's more to Nvidia's new cards than Ray-Tracing, thouh that's definitely its tentpole feature.

Windows 10 October 2018 Update, as it is snappily known, is available as a free download via the software update mechanism, now.

Windows 10 already keeps a record of everything you copy, including text and images, with the Clipboard feature.

The update is now available for Windows Insiders and will be released to the public later. You can surf the web on your iPhone then send the webpages instantly to your computer to pick where you left off.

Version 1809 brings in an overhauled Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) security system with a new user interface, interactive threat analytics reports, and custom detection queries.

However, if you're still not keen on receiving the update, read our tutorial on how to put it off for as long as possible, whether you're a home user or a business.

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