Only if you are having issues on current build (v1809). The only reason I opted for 1903 was because of performance issues in games. Ironically they gave another CU yesterday to 1903 which introduced the same bug.Is it worth it to get on the Insider track and download 1903?
If you're using a desktop then you need to probably check your SMPS and battery as they mostly cause these kinds of problem.Update: Unfortunately, but as no surprise, NVIDIA gpu driver was having an interaction with v. 1903--especially with Night Light, which gives a nice cast to my desktop 24/7. So, I clean-installed v.1809 and am keeping it down software-wise for now. Somewhere, my restart function got messed up where the monitor doesn't fully shut down and the machine reboots twice. Hardware issue possibly, maybe a bad cable, maybe not. NVIDIA did issue a hot-fix driver (or two?) but not tempted to try again at the moment.
Anyone else find v.1903 pretty good but had to revert to their last build due to something unforeseen?
This is a completely new kind of problem I haven't come across such thing. So I think we need to be much conscious with moving default folders or programs.I read that if you moved certain standard user folders, such as Desktop, to a custom location, that can cause an upgrade to 1903 to fail. So I put my Downloads folder back where it belonged, and the upgrade still failed. I did not have a flash drive or external hard drive plugged in. (That can also cause an upgrade to fail.) I wish I knew what the problem is.
If you want best battery life and upstream future spectre updates choose 19H1 otherwise use current v1803/1809 until EOL. No major difference or compelling features. Vmware won't work and certain realtek sd card driver and creative audio drivers aren't working properly.What's your opinion of it, so far?
Is it worth it to get on the Insider track and download 1903?