Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 update history

Applies to: Windows 10, version 1809Windows Server 2019, all versions

 

Windows 10, version 1809 and Windows Server 2019 re-released


 

For more information about the update and how to get it, see:

Updates for Windows 10, version 1809


On the left side of this page, you’ll find a list of all the updates released for this version of Windows. You can also find more information about releases and any known issues. Installing the most recent update ensures that you also get any previous updates you might have missed, including any important security fixes.

If you have questions or need help activating or troubleshooting Windows, see our help topics below:

Current status of Windows, version 1809, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server, version 1809


 

Date Current Status Affected Platforms

Details

February 1, 2019 1:00 PM PT Mitigation: Upgrade block in place
  • Windows 10, version 1809
  • Windows Server 2019
  • Windows Server, version 1809

After updating to Window 10 version 1809, F5 VPN clients may lose network connectivity when the VPN service is in a split tunnel configuration.

Workaround: To mitigate this issue, you can manually configure your systems to force all traffic through the VPN tunnel. For details on how to do this, see the F5 customer support guidance page.

Next Steps: Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an automatic update in mid-March. At this time the block will be removed and you will be offered Windows 10, version 1809 automatically.

February 1, 2019 1:00 PM PT Mitigation - Upgrade block in place
  • Windows 10, version 1809
  • Windows Server 2019
  • Windows Server, version 1809

Microsoft has identified issues with certain new Intel display drivers. Intel inadvertently released versions of its display driver (versions 24.20.100.6344, 24.20.100.6345) to OEMs that accidentally turned on unsupported features in Windows.

After updating to Windows 10, version 1809, audio playback from a monitor or television connected to a PC via HDMI, USB-C, or a DisplayPort may not function correctly on devices with these drivers.

Workaround: To see if your device is affected and, if so, resolve the issue, see this Windows Forum post.

Next Steps: Intel has released updated drivers to OEM device manufacturers. OEMs need to make the updated driver available via Windows Update. 

For more information, see Intel Customer Support article.

Note:  This Intel display driver issue is different from the Intel Smart Sound Technology driver (version 09.21.00.3755) audio issue previously documented.

 

Note on upgrade blocks: Blocking the availability of a Windows 10 feature update to devices we know will experience issues is a key aspect of our controlled rollout approach to provide users with a great update experience. We decide what to block based on user impact from closely monitoring feedback and device diagnostics. Blocking issues are a high priority for us to address as quickly as possible. If we detect that your device may have an issue, such as an application incompatibility, we will not install the update until that issue is resolved, even if you “Check for updates”. We do this so that you avoid encountering any known problems.