Microsoft allows users to manually install the Windows 10 May 2019 Update


Microsoft will start rolling out the Windows 10 May 2019 update in the next week to the testers before it gets available to the users globally. This would be probably the “19H1” build of Windows 10.

Microsoft always tries to push quality updates to the Windows 10 to improve PC performance. However,  one of the major problems which Windows 10 users face is the automatic installation of the Windows 10 latest update on their PC which creates some problems in the performance of the PC. But this time, Microsoft will give more control to the Windows 10 users to download and install the latest update to their system.

Starting from the May 2019 update, Windows 0 users will be notified on the availability of the update to their system, but it will neither download nor install it automatically. This will allow the users to download and install the latest version of Windows 10 when they are ready to start the process.

“Windows update will continue to automatically initiate a feature update; keeping machines supported and receiving monthly updates is critical to device security and ecosystem health,” said Windows corporate vice president Mike Fortin in his blog post.

In addition, Microsoft has also revealed that users will be able to pause critical updates for up to 35 days after the ‘final’ notification pushed by Microsoft. This is just to provide more transparency with the company’s update practices. Furthermore, Windows 10 will now come with a new ‘Intelligent active hours’ feature which let the user to either schedule the updates manually or let the OS choose the time based on the system usage.

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