In April, Microsoft announced that the Windows 10 2020 update was officially completed and has been pushed to release to the Release Preview channel tester. But the latest news is this version, which may have been delayed because the company found a 0day vulnerability. The new version of the system is scheduled to be released to consumers on May 12. However, due to security and vulnerabilities, the next feature update for Windows 10 is likely to be released later in May.
Microsoft is also reportedly planning to deliver the biggest update of the year to developers and OEMs on April 28, 2020, before it launches the update to the public on May 12, 2020.
The date was pushed back after Microsoft discovered a zero-day vulnerability, and the company wanted to patch it before sending update sending a push to consumers.
According to the revised schedule, Windows 10 2004 will be released to consumers on May 28, 2020, and the update is now available to OEMs at May 5.
Released to OEM/PC Manufacturers – May 5
Availability of updates to developers – May 12
Windows 10 May 2020 Update Generally Available – May 28
It’s worth noting that Microsoft won’t continue to add any additional features to the follow-up development of the Windows 10 2020 update, but it can still implement some fixes, including resolving issues where windows Mixed Reality headsets don’t work properly.
If you don’t want to wait, you can manually download and install this update on your PC by going to Settings, Update and Security, and then sign up for the program.
In fact, the solution to the security breach that triggered the delay in releasing Windows 10 was ready to be done when Tuesday’s patch was released, but Microsoft apparently planned to test the fix before new feature updates began to be pushed.