According to Microsoft, it now starts using machine learning to push devices that are running Windows 10 version 1803 and earlier versions to the latest version – 1903. To learn much information on Windows 10 1903 AI-forced upgrade, keep reading! At the same time, make a backup regularly in case of computer accidents.
Necessity: Upgrade Windows 10 Version 1803 to 1903
In a support article from Microsoft, users can know Windows 10 April 2018 Update, version 1803 will stop the service on November 12, 2019. This applies to all the versions of Windows 10 V1803, including Home, Pro, Pro for Workstations and loT Core. That is, Microsoft will no longer offer security updates to these editions after the expiration date.
With the release of Windows 10 May 2019 Update, Microsoft announced that users who are still using Windows 10 version 1803 or earlier on non-enterprise licenses will be required to upgrade to the latest version 1903 to receive support and security updates. If not, PCs will be at risk.
It has been one month since the release of Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Even so, few users have upgraded their PCs or even they are not willing to upgrade since users tend to stick to what they are familiar with.
AI Will Force Windows 10 Updates
To counteract this case, Microsoft changes its update strategy. It had earlier notes that it will start updating devices running the version 1803 and earlier versions of Windows 10 in late June 2019 to keep these machines in a serviced and secure state. Now, it is proved that this process has indeed begun.
Reportedly, Microsoft will use AI to push Windows 10 updates. In Microsoft’s Windows Update Twitter account, users can know clearly this company is now starting to build and train the process for its machine learning (ML) engine.
According to Microsoft, this move is to ensure they can continue to service these devices and offer the latest updates and improvements.
This means that users will no longer to delay Windows updates as they did. Windows 10 Version 1903 will be installed forcibly on their PCs by November 12, 2019, whether they like it or not.
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Users Oppose Windows 10 1903 AI-Forced Update, What to Do?
Up to now, it is not clear how exactly this process will work, whether it will notify users to update their PCs, or whether a warning will be given to do so before beginning Windows 10 1903 AI-forced upgrade.
Of course, some users object to the AI-forced updates since they think this is another attempt at invading user privacy. They even take Windows 10 V1809 as an example: they lose access to some files after completing the upgrade.
But according to Microsoft, AI is still in development. This company will use AI-based upgrade strategy after 100% making sure the latest Windows 10 version doesn’t have bugs.
To avoid any last minutes surprises, we strongly recommend users who are running Windows April 2018 Update to install the latest version 1903 manually, which is more prudent.