What's new in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?


Microsoft today revealed that Windows Insiders in the Fast ring will soon be testing a new version of Windows 10.

Windows 10 Update Improvements Fortin said that Microsoft had taken notice of "feedback" from its customers about Windows 10 updates.

All Windows 10 users, including Home edition users, will be able to pause an update for up to 35 days (a pause action is in effect for seven days, but it can be renewed five times consecutively).

Let's be clear though - the nagging will continue, but there'll be less, and the control element is most definitely yours. This feature will improve system performance by intelligently coordinating Windows updates and Microsoft Store updates, so they occur when users are away from their devices to minimize disruptions.

Part of the reason for Microsoft's annoying update policy in Windows 10 thus far has been about keeping your PC secure. If this one goes wrong, it could completely destroy the remaining credibility of WaaS.

The company plans to split feature updates from general update checking on Windows 10 devices that run the May 2019 update or newer versions.

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Pick the widgets you want to use with the updated UI.

So say you purchase a laptop well that laptop's OEM has to vett/certify the laptops Software/Drivers for the current iteration of the Windows 10 OS only. The update, previously codenamed 19H1, is a lightweight update in terms of forward-facing features that consumers will notice. This caused Microsoft to roll back the buggy update and re-release it in January 2019.

Microsoft has been updating its Windows 10 operating system twice a year - once in the spring, and again in the autumn. Windows 10 may still notify users when new feature updates are available for the machine.

There's a new Xbox Social widget that shows players what games their friends are playing, as well as allowing them to send text messages, open voice chat, or watch their Mixer stream. "After that, technical assistance and software updates from Windows Update that help protect your PC will no longer be available for the product".

For instance, version 1709 of Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Pro for Workstations will fall out of support on April 9, 2019. Consequently, it's possible for them to "defer past the end of a service date". Finally, Microsoft will also aggressively test the build internally on their own PCs.