As Brandon LeBlanc of the Windows Insider team has announced on the official weblog of the developer, the Windows 10 "Update of May 2019" will now be distributed to the testers of the Release Preview Ring. Only those testers receive the update, which is actively looking for it, as LeBlanc emphasized in his blog post. As announced, the update build will now be tested for a longer period of time to really find all remaining issues.
Just as before, LeBlanc asked the testers to ensure the correct Insider builds settings now, depending on whether they use the upcoming Windows 10 20H1 builds from the "Fast Ring" or only the "Release" Example of "image of the corresponding image Release Preview or Slow Ring Anyone who now misses the take-off and soon receives a new build of the "Fast Ring" for Windows 10 20H1, according to Microsoft can no longer switch back to one of the other insider rings without having to reinstall .
For testers in the & # 39; Fast Ring & # 39; there will soon be no way back
LeBlanc also reiterated that they want to send the first insider builds for Windows 10 19H2 this spring. This update should appear for Windows 10 20H1 in the second half of 2019, although no details about Microsoft's plans are known so far. It would be conceivable that version 19H2 is again a small update in the spring of 2020, the next really big update in the form of Windows 10 20H1 is in house.
If you already want to use the Windows 10 "May 2019" update, but have not installed any of the examples, you can open the Windows Insider program. It is best to use the insider area in the update and security settings of Windows 10, where you also have the option to connect your user account to the insider program.
Then you have to choose the "Bugfixes, apps and driver & # 39; s only" option to participate in the "Release Preview" ring and get the "May 2019 update". After a restart you can return to the insider area of the settings to check again if you are in the release preview ring. If this is the case, you can easily search for new updates via Windows Update and then retrieve the "completed" Windows 10 May 2019 update.
2019-04-08T21: 16: 00 + 02: 002019-04-08T21: 16: 00 + 02: 00Roland Quandt