07-28-2019 12:55 PM - edited 07-28-2019 02:54 PM
Z50-70 notebook PC with Intel I7 CPU, Intel 4400 graphics, Windows 10 Home 64-bit.
I have tried twice (once a couple of months ago and once today) to install Windows 10 Update 1903. Currently running Update 1803. All I got was "Windows 10 Update Failed." Note that this attempt was via a USB installation media for 1903 that was set up about 2 weeks ago. I used the USB drive for installation on a new PC build, and it worked fine.
This was a decent computer when I got it (spring of 2015). But has it reached obsolescence already?
Microsoft says they will stop supporting 1803 in November of 2019. What does that mean? That I will no longer get annoying notifications of pending updates? Or will some functionality be lost?
History: When installing Update 1803, ours was one of many PCs that had BSOD or do-loop failures. I had to do a reinstall of Windows, which meant reloading all aps and documents. After that I told Windows that my connection is metered, so *I* get to decide when to install updates.
Thanks for any thoughts on this.