The “October Update” for Windows 10 is now live. This update brings the operating system version up to 1809 and is the second major Windows 10 release this year. Like most big releases, it will likely follow a staggered rollout, so not everyone will be updating to it right away. It should however become the predominant version of Windows 10 in the wild fairly quickly.
We’ve begun deploying the update on our labs systems for testing, and it will become the de-facto default image for most of our Windows 10 systems going forward. That said, we also maintain a full range of the major Windows 10 versions (all the way back to 1507, the original Gold release), so we can easily support testing on less-current versions of the operating system as well.
As always, check back here periodically if you are interested in the state of our labs, or contact us if you think we can be of service for your projects.