The company is expected to launch the Windows 10 May 2020 update worldwide today, according to a release on Microsoft’s Windows 10 support page. Microsoft has quietly added the 2004 version of Windows 10 to the status of the Windows lifecycle, and has a specific time frame to indicate that a major update will be available on May 27, 2020.
In addition, all versions of the service end date are mentioned as December 14, 2021, and the Windows Lifecycle Live Table (shown below) is typically used to provide time nodes for availability and service end, which are broken down by each version of Windows 10.
When the Windows 10 2020 update is officially launched in May 2020, it will be rolled out to global users in phases, and a progressive rollout strategy will help Microsoft ensure that the work goes smoothly. If Microsoft finds problems based on early user feedback, the development team can quickly stop releasing the affected version.
Microsoft will also release packaged ISO image files for users who want to clean up Windows 10 May 2020 on a PC. Users can also use the Media Creation tool to create a launchable installation media directly from Microsoft’s official website.