Windows 10 Version 2004 (known as the May 2020 update) is coming, but Microsoft hasn’t disclosed its official push time. The latest news, however, is that it is likely to meet with everyone by the end of May. This update is expected to lead to improved support for Cortana Smart Voice Assistant, Windows Search, Performance, Windows Linux subsystems, and multi-monitor configuration.
Microsoft is understood to have packaged new features with testers for Insider and Release Preview release preview channels.
In addition, Microsoft has revealed that it will bring a may 2020 feature update from May 26-28.
For the sake of understanding, themedia Windows Latest specifically marked out the possible days.
Among them, the blue box is a statutory holiday, the red box represents the weekend, and the yellow box is the most feasible release window.
Of course, if Microsoft finds a major issue before the official push, the final release schedule for Windows 10 Version 2004 could still change (e.g. to June through July).
We also learned that Windows 10 Version 2004 will bring May’s “Tuesday Patch” to OEMs and consumer channel users, which includes a number of security fixes for the month.
Finally, windows 10 Version 2004 brings about the look and feel improvements that many applications, including Explorer, will introduce new icons.
Obviously, they are consistent with products that use other Fluent design languages (such as Windows 10X for dual-screen mobile devices).