Goo day,

I am curious to know how many are aware of what I have come to refer to as "Windows 10 Versioning Schemes"? Have a look:

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If I understand the above correctly - and I would love to stand corrected if I am not, that each version of Windows 10 - is in actuality, a new version of Windows 10!

For example, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Version 1809, codenamed "Redstone 5" which was made available to public consumers on October 2, 2018. This in effect, is a new version of Windows 10 - not just an update - even though this update is referred to in this manner. What is particularly interesting about this version is what Microsoft referred to as "a serious bug " - where user's files were being deleted after updating. Microsoft in response, halts this new version and releases the fixed version - now an update, four days later. However, this updated version still had a bug that overwrites files without any confirmation when extracting from a ZIP file. This ZIP bug was fixed and a public rollout of the updated version resumed on November 13, 2018.

A question then, "Do you know what version of Windows 10 you are using at present? Here is what I am testing at the moment:

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This is the most recent and last major update - at least from I have been able to ascertain, for Version 1809. Notice the "OS Build Version".

The simplest way to discover what version and build of Windows 10 you are using is use the following command: C:\Windows\System32\winver.exe

Just curious?!