We don’t know why Microsoft every time when launches a new Windows 10 version, there are always a lot of small problems. Now, this directly affects the mood of many users to upgrade. But for Microsoft, this is not a problem, force upgrades often land on systems and aren’t entirely a new concept.
According to AskWoody, Microsoft quietly launched the KB4023814 update before Christmas, and the purpose of this update seems to be to push Windows 10 v.1809 to some devices.
Regarding the update, Microsoft notes, “If you’re currently running Windows 10 version 1507, version 1511, version 1607, version 1703 or version 1709, your computer detects the Windows 10 Update Assistant automatically. Then, you can expect to receive a notification that states that your device must have the latest security updates installed and then initiates an attempt to update your device.”
If you don’t want to be forced to update, you can use this method to launch the Command Prompt window and enter the following command: C:\Windows10Upgrade\Windows10UpgraderApp.exe /ForceUninstall.
Starting this month, all users who manually check for updates in Windows Update can use Windows 10 v.1809.