The 10v1809 october update, arguably the most ill-fated version of microsoft's windows history, has been urgently withdrawn since it was released and has remained problematic after it was re-released, making it difficult to upgrade easily, and microsoft has deliberately slowed its push.
now microsoft has announced that windows 10v1809 will officially terminate support on may 12,2020, meaning the version will no longer receive security updates after may 12.
It should be noted that Microsoft also said in the announcement that windows 10 v1809 stopped supporting home version, professional version, professional education version, professional workstation version and IOT core version.
In fact, it makes sense for microsoft to drop the version, which is responsible for a 2.8% share of the entire windows 10 family due to updates, rather than the fall-creator update of v1709 a year ago, which still has 3.9%.
Of course, among the current versions of windows 10, the updated version of v1803 in April is undoubtedly the most successful, accounting for 89.5% more at present, mainly because the system is stable enough.