Microsoft has begun rolling out Patch Tuesday updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The usual crop of updates includes a fix for the recently discovered Windows zero-day vulnerability.
As usual, Microsoft is rolling out cumulative updates to all supported Windows versions. The update this month brings a permanent fix for the PrintNightmare issue, among other bug fixes.
Microsoft has released optional updates for Windows 10 versions 1909, 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 as part of its "C" release quality updates. These contain gaming-related reliability fixes and more.
Microsoft is releasing updates to all supported Windows versions today as part of its Patch Tuesday updates. These bring fixes to issues with Zebra printers, and other improvements.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a mandatory update for the most recent Windows 10 versions - 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 - to patch the recently acknowledged PrintNightmare critical vulnerability.
Microsoft is serving Windows 10 version 21H1 to all users who manually check for updates through Windows Update. It is also automatically updating consumer SKUs running version 2004 to 21H1.
Microsoft has released optional Windows 10 updates for versions 21H1, 20H2, and 2004, bringing fixes for News and Interests' blurry text, gaming performance improvements, and more.
As is the case every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft has released cumulative updates for all supported versions. For the first time, all supported consumer versions will receive the same update
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates for all supported versions of Windows. Windows 10 version 1909 is getting its last update for regular users, as support ends this month.
With Windows 10 version 1909 - that is running on 11% of PCs - reaching the end of support next week, Microsoft has removed all blockers preventing users from updating to versions 2004 and 20H2.
AdDuplex's monthly usage share report for Windows 10 shows that version 20H2 is close to replacing version 2004 as the most popular version of the OS. Version 2004 usage has begun dropping.
Microsoft's News and Interests feature on the Windows 10 taskbar will be available to some consumers over the next few weeks. It's set for broader availability in the coming months.
Microsoft is bringing the News and Interests feature to older versions of Windows 10, the company announced today. The feature is now available in the Beta and Release Preview channels.
AdDuplex has released its Windows 10 usage report for the month of March, and the latest version of the OS has grown significantly to almost 30%. Version 2004 isn't falling, however.
AdDuplex has released its monthly report on Windows 10 usage, and it shows that version 20H2 continues to grow at a steady pace, but remains the third most popular option with 20% share.
It's the second Tuesday of the month, and that makes it Patch Tuesday, the day that Microsoft releases new updates for all supported versions of Windows 10, going back to version 1507.
Today, Microsoft has posted an update to its Windows 10 release information dashboard to indicate that both Windows 10 versions 2004 and 1909 are now designated for broad deployment.
Today is the second Tuesday of the month, and that means that all supported versions of Windows 10 are getting mandatory cumulative updates today. For consumers, that's version 1909 and up.
Microsoft has acknowledged and fixed a bug with the chkdsk error-checking utility on Windows 10 versions 2004 and 20H2. The bug corrupted SSDs, leading to blue screens and boot failures.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage report covering different versions of Windows 10, showing that the latest update is growing steadily. Version 1909 has regained some market share this month.
Microsoft has added a new known issue for its latest versions of Windows 10, which presents an error when connecting a Thunderbolt SSD. Affected users are being blocked from upgrading.
Today, Microsoft released new optional updates for the latest versions of Windows 10, 20H2 and 2004. There are no new front-facing features, but there are plenty of fixes in the cumulative updates.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage share report for Windows 10. This month, the May 2020 Update (2004) becomes the most used OS, and the October 2020 Update (20H2) makes its debut.
Today, Microsoft is releasing a new optional cumulative update for those that are on Windows 10 version 2004, and it contains a whole bunch of key fixes for those that might be experiencing issues.
AdDuplex has released its monthly report on Windows 10 usage today, and version 1909 of the operating system has finally overtaken version 1903 to become the most popular version of Windows 10.
After issuing last week's round of Patch Tuesday update, Microsoft has lifted some of the blocks from upgrading to the feature update. In fact, most major known issues are resolved now.
Microsoft introduced a minor refresh to the Start Menu that's coming in Windows 10 20H2, and it gives it a cleaner look. However, some Registry changes can allow you to get it on production.
Windows 10 originally launched on July 29, 2015, and a lot of things have changed over the years. In fact, almost everything has changed, but it came slowly over the last five years.
According to AdDuplex, Windows 10 version 2004 is barely getting off the ground at 11.6% usage, while the year-old version 1903 is still the most popular version of the OS at 43.6%.
Microsoft updated its Windows 10 version 2004 dashboard today to confirm that it's using machine learning to increase the amount of machines that are being force-upgraded to the new update.
Earlier this week with the Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft fixed an issue in Windows 10 version 2004 that has to do with Thunderbolt docks. The firm is removing the compatibility hold.
Google's tests show that Windows 10 version 2004's segment heap feature enhancements affect CPU performance adversely. The firm has disabled the feature on Chrome 85 for now to investigate.
Microsoft has quietly updated the release information page for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to suggest that the update block for Surface devices may still be present due to "other safeguards".
While Microsoft had fixed an issue affecting PCs using the Always On, Always Connected feature earlier this month, it has finally removed the block preventing them from installing the May 2020 Update.
Today, AdDuplex released its monthly report showing the usage data for various versions of Windows 10. The year-old version 1903 is still the most popular, with version 2004 on 7% of Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft's updated documentation for the May 2020 Update notes the removal of the manual deferral option for feature updates from Windows Update. It now happens only through the Group Policy Editor.
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is breaking OneDrive Files On-Demand for some users, and the company has acknowledged the issue. Some successful workarounds have been posted as well.
As the company does when a Windows 10 version is nearing the end of support, Microsoft has started automatically updating those on Windows 10 version 1809 to the Windows 10 May 2020 Update.
Microsoft documented a couple of new known issues for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, one of which is that certain printers might be unable to print after this month's Patch Tuesday update.
While the Windows 10 May 2020 Update was originally made available last week, very few people actually had it offered to them via Windows Update. More people are getting the feature update today.