On Tuesday, Microsoft said that they are going to release the first of two major Windows 10 update for 2019 for all users. To resolve and further avoid all the problems present in the previous Windows 10 October 2018 Update, version 1809. Therefore, Microsoft has taken a very constructive approach to release a new 2019 windows update.
The update starts rolling out today and it includes a new light theme for Windows 10, alongside Kaomoji support, a Windows sandbox feature, and the separation of Cortana and Windows search. Microsoft first releases this last month to test it. This provides the company plenty of time to think and avoid mistakes or any loopholes. And today they have finally released a completely new Windows 10 update.
Apart from the update, Microsoft is also launching new windows release health dashboard which gives you rollout and any known issues for the May 2019 Update and other monthly updates.
Many windows users were very unlikely to spot the update installed automatically for many months. At the start, only a few users check the new features who visit often check updates would be offered version 1903, then they also choose to download and install the update. This new Windows part make the windows update less surprising feature updates which offered separately because feature updates need more time to install and regular update don’t need extra time.
This installation experience needs the use of version 1803 or 1809, and it also requires the most recent monthly patch, which is also released today. Although Microsoft growth is based on cloud products like Azure infrastructure and the Office 365 productivity suite, While windows remained the main part of the business with over 1.5 billion users.
Windows 10 along with its various versions has gathered more than 800 million monthly active users since launching in 2015. Windows represented more than 15% increase in revenue in the most recent quarter. You can get the May windows 10 update directly from Windows Update by going straight into the Settings, then Update & Security, and lastly Windows Update and checking for updates. However, Windows 7 will end their support in January 2020.