Windows 10 Spring Update 2018

The bi-yearly update to Windows 10 is due to be released this month.  This means that we will start upgrading all Windows 10 machines to version 1803 starting in May.  As I mentioned in a previous article, Windows is now considered a service, so this means that Windows 10 will be reloaded two times per year.   We are still trying to iron out all the problems associated with this new update cycle that is being pushed by Microsoft.  Wireless machines still seem to have some issues with upgrading in addition to it taking up to 3-4 hours on some of the slower machines.  You will notice a new lock screen with the numbers 1803 on it when your machine has been updated.  Please report any machines that have a red screen that lasts more than a day as these red screens indicate an error has occurred during the upgrade.


About The Author

I have worked in the computer repair field since the early '90s. I was a technician and then Coordinator of Computer Repair for Regional Education Service Agency II (RESA 2) for 18 years. I currently work for Wayne County Schools as a Network Engineer/Technology Specialist. I am responsible for the schools' Internet access, Wi-Fi, networks, servers, laptops, desktops, and operating systems and software.

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