I often come across texts where a Windows version is referred to as a four digit number, e.g.
Microsoft is urging users of Windows 10 version
1903to install this month's SSU or 'servicing stack update'
When I do a
[System.Environment]::OSVersion.Version command in PowerShell, the version info that comes back is:
Major Minor Build Revision ----- ----- ----- -------- 10 0 17134 0
Now 17134 is way, way higher than
1903, and from the article date, today, it doesn't seem like
1903 is just a few thousand builds behind my Windows. Where does this lower, currently 4 digit version number come from?