Windows 10: I rolled back to 1803. How often does Windows Update check for updates

Discus and support I rolled back to 1803. How often does Windows Update check for updates in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi, How often does Windows Update normally check for updates? Due to the 1809 problems I rolled back yesterday to 1803. As soon as 1803 was put back... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by sportsfan148, Oct 9, 2018.

  1. sportsfan148 Win User

    I rolled back to 1803. How often does Windows Update check for updates


    Hi, How often does Windows Update normally check for updates?
    Due to the 1809 problems I rolled back yesterday to 1803. As soon as 1803 was put back on my PC the latest Windows Defender update was also updated a couple of minutes later. Also a few other Windows Apps were also successfully updated at the same time. Ive just left Windows Update to do its own thing since 6 pm last night. Ive just checked again and no further updates at all have been done. This is unusual..theres usually at least a Windows Defender update. Ive just rechecked Update and Security and it still says.."You're up to date. Last checked yesterday at 6 pm"..which was immediately after the Roll Back to 1803. So according to that it hasn't checked for Windows Updates at all since.
    I realise I can click on Check for Updates manually but Im trying to just let Windows Update do its own thing in case it manually tries to redownload the problematic 1809 again

    :)
     
    sportsfan148, Oct 9, 2018
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  2. user33331 Win User

    Win10: windows update stuck at never ending loop ?

    When in win10:
    • Update&security -> Windows update -> Finding update... .... .... ....
    Planning to download the latest Win10.ISO (vers.1803) and manually update:
    - Then wait that my ordered new SSD arrives and clone the old HDD to it.
     
    user33331, Oct 9, 2018
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  3. btarunr Win User
    Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 10 April 2018 Update (build 1803)

    Any Office365 users here? Does Outlook (or any Office app for that matter) request activation after each system restart post this Windows 1803 update?
     
    btarunr, Oct 9, 2018
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  4. erixx Win User

    I rolled back to 1803. How often does Windows Update check for updates

    Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 10 April 2018 Update (build 1803)

    YEP!
    Or well, not activation but after updating it asks me every lauch for my college or enterprise outlook account, which I do not have, just personal account. I had to repair Office.
     
    erixx, Oct 9, 2018
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