Generally speaking, if you have automatic updates installed, the Windows 10 October 2018 update will start going out in waves on October 9th.
You can now update your list of tasks in the To-Do app using ink, if you prefer to physically write notes than type them out. But before you go off and take time to manually update your operating system, you might be wondering why you should bother. According to Microsoft, it will automatically rollout the update over the coming weeks in stages to Windows 10 users across the globe.
Apparently, the information enables Microsoft to regulate the number of updates taking place and to avoid issues by making sure a PC is absolutely ready (so no compatibility issues) before beginning the install.
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This is a nice little addition that gives you more control over what's using up your Windows 10 laptop's battery life.
The new feature will help to bridge the gap between the mobile ecosystem and the Windows 10 platform.
Microsoft has tried to refine Task Manager in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809). However, it isn't yet clear if Microsoft will be adding more features for iOS users. The user drags and drops some of the photos to an Office presentation and then copies an updated title from a text sent by her manager.
The update can also be found via Microsoft's early adopter program, Windows Insider, if the Slow Ring cadence is selected, and the company's Visual Studio Subscriptions, and Software Download Centre.
This should hopefully mean that ray-tracing updates for games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider aren't far off now, as DXR support means that all DirectX 12 Windows PC can now play nicely with any game or application that supports real-time ray-tracing. Last but not least, the update is only downloaded for that machine and that update process. Using your digital pen you can quickly snip and share a screenshot using a new toolbar: Windows+Shift+S brings it up.