Microsoft has solved a number of blocking errors that prevented some Windows 10 users from installing the update from October 2018. The software giant originally re-released this update last month after some file erasing issues after the original release in October. Microsoft has since been working to ensure that all PCs can get the update, after blocking it on some systems that had incompatible software or hardware drivers.
Some of these blocking errors contained compatibility issues with iCloud, VPN clients, and Trend Micro security software. Microsoft has been very transparent in detailing all issues on the company support page, and it has now noticed that Windows October 1
Microsoft is now planning to focus on Windows 10 quality after a year of updates. That said, Windows is a complex testing system, as not all machines are the same, and components, drivers, and software vary across the 700 million machines running Windows 10. Microsoft has worked through some of the complex scenarios they last weeks to reach the point where the update is ready for all PCs.