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Windows 10 Update: Microsoft Improves Machine Learning to Further Push 1803-to-1903 Updates
Microsoft has always been encouraging Windows 10 users to get the latest patches for various reasons. In the case of 1803-to-1903 updates, the tech company is advancing its efforts by using improved algorithms and through machine learning.
The company has updated the official page for Windows 10 version 1903 to include an announcement about Microsoft’s new initiative. Microsoft announced recently that it has started to build and train its “machine learning-based rollout process” of updating compatible devices running with version 1803 that was released in April 2018 or earlier and onto the 1903 update that came out this month.
In the same announcement, Microsoft ensures Windows 10 users that this effort is done to make sure that compatible devices will receive necessary services from the company and get the latest updates, security updates, and improvements. On the other hand, it was also reiterated that not all devices and PCs running on Windows 10 would be able to update to version 1903.
The easiest way to see if the June 2019 update is available on a Windows 10 device is by going to the Check for Updates option via the Windows Update menu in the Settings. “If you are not offered the update, please check below for any known issues that may affect your device,” Microsoft added.
Reports have it that a very straightforward message shall come up to alert a Windows 10 user if their device is not ready to be installed with the 1903 update. Windows Central shared that the prompt message does not entirely say why a certain device is not ready to be installed with the update that rolled out this month.
However, the message assures affected Windows 10 users will be notified accordingly once their device gets the software requirements to receive the update. As long as that is not the case, they will be advised, “There's nothing you need to do at this time.”