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How to Download and Install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

By Gabriela Vatu / October 3, 2018

The brand new Windows 10 October 2018 update is here and we're going to guide you through the updating process.

If you want to make sure your computer is safe and sound, you should always make sure to update your operating system. This, of course, applies to any of your devices, not just your computer.

Why not just go with the automated update, this October, though, right? Well, the thing is that Microsoft is pushing the brand new update in waves in order to collect info on potential bugs. Windows 10 users are a bit of a guinea pig this month because there was no Windows Insider ring used for testing, and Microsoft is pushing this update with confidence that it's good enough to install as is.

So, back to the update process - while the automatic rollout is going strong, it's being done in waves. This means that the update could hit you in a few weeks. But, that doesn't mean you can't get the update because that's possible quite easily. Allow us to guide you through it all.

How to Install Windows 10 October 2018 Update Today

You can start off the process by doing a manual check for updates. In order to do this follow these steps.

Write "Check for updates"

via Microsoft

Update your Windows 10

via Microsoft

Now that you've gone through all the steps, you should know that everything seems fine and dandy with the first people installing the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, but it remains to be seen if any issues arise as they use their computers for longer.

What's New in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update?

There are quite a few features included in the latest update that you should expect. We already covered them in a separate article on TechNadu, but we're going to explain them a bit here too.

This is not all of it, of course, and the list just goes on and on, especially in the security department. These, however, are features that you're actually going to enjoy using.

We hope we've made it easier for you to download the latest Windows 10 update to keep your device safe.

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