Update Windows 10 October 2018 Update was undoubtedly a glass of cold water for the Redmond company. And this is as you know, the last major upgrade to Windows 10 had to be stopped due to problems related to the disappearance of files.
Thus, after many years of good work with Windows 10, the company in October last year noted that much of the credibility of its operating system would fail due to an update that apparently did not fulfill what is expected of a Microsoft-based company in the moments is installed on only 6% of computers with Windows 10.
Windows 10 Update Assistant can be restored
Therefore, as we could know thanks to AskWoody, Redmond's own company could be very close to reviving Windows 10 Update Assistant, an application that Microsoft already used at that time to encourage users to migrate to Windows 10. Something extracted from Microsoft's detailed information about the patch KB4023814.
In this way, as we read in the information in this patch, Windows 10 users in the 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, or 1709 versions can see how your computer will recognize the Windows 10 Update Assistant, which, through reporting, will indicate to users that their equipment must have the latest security measures installed, initiating an update attempt.
We will see if Redmond manages to reduce the fragmentation of its operating system with this measure, or if, on the contrary, it stops placing more users against Windows 10 and its system of updates. Do you think that Microsoft is doing well when inviting users to update themselves with this type of application?