This doesn't, however, entirely match-up to the initial issue of many users completely losing their personal files when the update originally launched.
Windows 10 has long had a system-wide dark mode, but now, in what can only be seen as an attempt to buck the trend of what's currently popular, Microsoft had decided to make a new light theme. Unlike the 1803 April Update, which had the fastest rollout of any Windows 10 release, the 1809 rollout will start slowly and will only speed up once telemetry shows installations are healthy and not causing problems. It may not appear in Windows update.
Also published on Medium. However, it is by no means foolproof, as any complex operating system like Windows 10 has numerous avenues through which things can go horribly wrong. But, unlike the release earlier this year where Microsoft aggressively rolled out 1803, the company is slowing down the cadence this time around. There'll be no nag messages (hooray!) and so users will need to check Windows Update to see if it's even available - don't mistake it for the Patch Tuesday updates. Based on this data, today we are beginning the re-release of Windows Server 2019, Windows Server, version 1809, and the related versions of Windows 10. The print dialog supports the new light theme.
Microsoft added a new "light theme" for Windows 10 through preview build 18282, which it released today. It also fixes a small media display bug.
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If you are not adventurous enough to install a new, unstable build of Windows 10 on your PC you can still enjoy the new wallpaper, which is now available via WallpaperHub at resolutions of up to 4K.
The Settings app now has separate options for "Default Windows mode" and "Default app mode". Kaspersky Lab says the target machines were Windows 7, 32-bit and Windows Server 2008, located mostly in the Middle East.
Meanwhile, if you downloaded and installed the update and still have files in your Documents folder, you're one of the lucky ones who avoided this problem.
This is the second semi-release that has had bugs at the time of rollout.