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Windows 10 gets a lot of little fixes – and Microsoft reminds us it’ll start to force updates

June 19, 2019

Windows 10 has received a second set of (optional) cumulative updates for June, comprising of a raft of minor tweaks and fixes for both the April 2018 Update and October 2018 Update, while Microsoft also took the time to remind those still using the former that they will be forced to upgrade to the newest version of Windows 10 imminently.

Yes, if you missed this when it was first announced back in May, Microsoft changed the upgrade process going forward with the May 2019 Update to mean that while its big twice-yearly feature updates aren’t compulsory to install when they are released, they will be forced onto your PC when Microsoft is about to cease support for the version of Windows 10 you’re currently running.

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