The servicing timeline for Windows 10 1809 was supposed to start in October 2018. However, due to the plethora of bugs identified and reported, this version of Windows had to be delayed while Microsoft determined what to fix and what was safe to gloss over.
Now that Windows 10 1809 delivery has resumed, the timeline for servicing has changed.
Notice: November 13, 2018: We have resumed rolling out all editions of Windows 10 October 2018 Update, version 1809, for Windows client and server. Customers currently running Windows 10, version 1809 will receive build 17763.134 as part of our regularly scheduled Update Tuesday servicing in November. If you update to the Windows 10 version 1809 feature update you will receive build 17763.107. On the next automatic scan for updates, you’ll be taken to the latest cumulative update (build 17763.134 or higher).
November 13 marks the revised start of the servicing timeline for the Semi-Annual Channel (“Targeted”) release for Windows 10, version 1809, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server, version 1809.
Starting with Windows 10, version 1809, feature updates for Windows 10 Enterprise and Education editions with a targeted release month of September will be serviced for 30 months from their release date.
|OS build||Availability date||Servicing option||KB article|
|17763.134||11/13/2018||Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)||KB 4467708|
|17763.107||11/13/2018||Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)||KB 4464455|
|17763.55||10/9/2018||Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)||KB 4464330|
|17763.1||10/2/2018||Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)|