Windows 10 May 2020 Update starts rolling out
After 15 months of testing, Microsoft decided that it’s time to finally start rolling out its latest Windows 10 May 2020 update to its customers. The update was somewhat delayed because of the coronavirus impact, but now it’s ready for general availability.
Changes to the Cortana app, improvements with Bluetooth pairing, Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, and DirectX12 Ultimate are just some of the changes that came with this update. As you may already know, Cortana was separated from Windows Search last year, while the new version now supports a new conventional UI that should get new features much faster.
Windows 10 May 2020 update is now available via Windows Update for users with May 2019 update or the November 2019 update. If you still don’t see an update this means that you might have to wait for it a bit more due to possible compatibility issues with your machine.
From the release, Microsoft has already listed 10 issues with Bluetooth connectivity and audio drivers even though we haven’t experienced any issues so far. Let us know what you think about the latest Windows 10 update below in the comments section.