Citingmedia reports, the Windows 10 May 2020 feature update is expected to meet with you as early as next week. The feature update is currently logged into the Release Preview channel and sent to PC vendors, developers, and windows Insider project members.
The Windows 10 May 2020 update will be updated in an “progressive” way, meaning Microsoft will send the feature update to a small number of users. If there is a problem, the push is immediately stopped and emergency fixes are made, and if there is no problem, it will be pushed open to more users. Natural users can also manually update to the latest version.
Last month, there were four known issues with the May 2020 feature update. In the latest cumulative update to testers last week, at least three known issues were fixed and marked as resolved, but an unresolved bug could cause problems for users who frequently use DISM tools.
The Windows 10 May 2020 update has a known problem, which is that the Deployment Image Services and Management (DISM) tool incorrectly reports status. DISM is a command-line tool that is often used to fix problems with Windows system images, but a bug in the May 2020 update prevented DISM from reporting the correct corruption status.
Microsoft confirmed that DISM issues will not be fixed until the May 2020 update is available. “We are aware of the problem that the dISM (Deploying Image Services and Management) tool used the DISM (Deploy Image Services and Management) tool to repair corrupted systems on systems running the May 2020 update does not always report the correct status. This will be fixed in the upcoming service release. “