It's only been a month since Windows 10 version 1809 support ended, but today, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 version 1903. It applies to all of the different SKUs of Windows 10.
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With the end of support just a month away, users on Windows 10 version 1903 will find that Microsoft is automatically upgrading their PC to a newer version, but not one that's too new.
Microsoft has added a known issue for Windows 10 version 1903 and version 1909 to reflect that there's an upgrade block in place for users of Avast or AVG antvirus software. It needs an external fix.
Today, Microsoft released a new update for Windows 10 version 1903, bringing the build number to 18362.449. This update contains a particularly long list of fixes, and no known issues.
After Microsoft fixed the bug preventing the dGPU from working correctly in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, the block from installing the update to version 1903 has now been lifted.
Recent Intel graphics drivers delivered via Windows Update appear to be responsible for a variety of display glitches that have been observed on HP machines running the Windows 10 1903 Update.
Microsoft is releasing new firmware updates for its Surface Book 2 PCs, with a number of fixes. One important one is that the display driver would disappear when upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903.
Microsoft's latest cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903 released yesterday is breaking the Start Menu with a critical error for some users. The company has not acknowledged the issue yet.
Microsoft updated its Windows 10 version 1903 health dashboard to confirm that the feature update is now ready for broad deployment to all users, as support for version 1803 draws to a close.
While some users had reported that the Start Menu and desktop search weren't working with the latest Windows 10 update, Microsoft has marked the issue as resolved, saying it wasn't broken.
After the bug was reported over the weekend, Microsoft today confirmed the known issue in the latest Windows 10 cumulative update that causes high CPU usage. The firm is investigating.
Microsoft recently pushed an optional update to users on Windows 10 version 1903 that is resulting in high CPU usage. The issue is likely caused by Cortana, but there is no official confirmation yet.
This week we found got to see Microsoft's results for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2019, the announcement of a public preview of Project xCloud at gamescom, and more. Catch up on the news below.
Microsoft announced today that it is beginning to roll out Windows 10 version 1903 to those that are still on Windows 10 version 1803, since that version will no longer be supported soon.
Microsoft has placed an upgrade block on the Surface Book 2 for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update because of a bug where the discrete Nvidia GPU may disappear from the Device Manager.
Microsoft has updated its health dashboard for Windows 10 version 1903 to reflect that three issues have been resolved, including the one blocking people with SD cards from upgrading.
According to a Microsoft support document, some older Macs are currently incompatible with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. The good news is that Microsoft is working on a fix for the issue.
AdDuplex released its monthly Windows 10 usage report, which is based on over 5,000 apps that use its SDK. The new report shows that the May 2019 Update is still on only 6.3% of Windows 10 PCs.
As Microsoft prepares to begin updating some existing machines to Windows 10 version 1903, Windows Update will apparently start letting users know when their PC isn't compatible with the update.
As Microsoft promised that it would do in June, it's beginning to automatically roll out the Windows 10 May 2019 Update to those that are still on the version from a year ago, which is 1803.
According to a prolific leakster, Microsoft has been trialing a new "Office key" in conjunction with a range of keyboard shortcuts and gathering feedback about other potential applications of the key.
After a couple of weeks of limited availability, Microsoft has announced that all users checking for updates in Windows 10 can now choose to install the May 2019 Update, or version 1903.
Back in April, Microsoft increased the minimum storage requirement for Windows 10, starting with the May 2019 Update. As it turns out, this is just for OEMs, and older PCs can still be updated.
A number of things happened this week, among which was the announcement that Xbox Game Pass would be coming to PC. Some interesting Surface patents were unveiled too so be sure to catch up below.
Windows 10's May 2019 Update finally began its rollout this week. In addition, a few apps had their icons changed, and Project xCloud currently supports 3,500 titles. Catch up via the guide below.
Earlier this week, Microsoft finally released the May 2019 Update for Windows 10 users outside the Insider program, and while it added many new features and changes, some things are being killed off.
After well over a month of testing, Microsoft released the Windows 10 May 2019 Update today. Despite so much time in the Release Preview ring, the feature update still has a few known issues.
After nearly a month and a half of testing the RTM build, Microsoft announced today that the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is generally available, for those that choose to install it.
In an unusual move, Microsoft has released a weekend update to Windows Insiders testing the May 2019 Update in the Release Preview and Slow rings. It includes two fixes for bugs in the last build.
It's been a reasonably packed week for Microsoft, with not only Patch Tuesday rolling around, but also the announcement of a Minecraft AR title, as well as an unlikely partnership with Sony.
Today, Microsoft released the Xbox One May 2019 Update. The update is fairly minor, including the ability to see what platform your friends are playing on, better game sorting, and more.
Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, the next major update to Windows 10. Build 18362.113 is heading to Insiders in the Slow and Release Preview rings.
Support for Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 May 2019 Update has arrived for AMD graphics users with the Radeon 19.5.1 driver. Major Rage 2 performance improvements are also included.
After a few months of testing with Windows Insiders, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is soon coming to the general public, bringing a new light theme and much more. Here's everything that's new.
As another week comes to an end, we take a look at Microsoft's Q3 2019 results, a few changes related to the May 2019 Update, and the death of Sets. Be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
Microsoft has made some small changes to the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10, saying that the May 2019 Update, or version 1903, will require 32GB of storage, rather than 16GB or 20GB.
Windows 10 PCs running the April 2018 Update or the October 2018 Update are unable to upgrade to the May 2019 Update if Microsoft's system detects an external USB device or SD card attached to them.
Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc confirmed today that the classic Paint will remain in Windows 10 for the time being and will be available as part of the May 2019 Update. Its removal alert is also gone.
Microsoft today updated its Windows Processor Requirements page, showing the CPUs that are supported by the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or version 1903. Nothing has changed from 1809.
Since it's the end of the week, we should look back on what's happened, including the announcement of Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, 32-bit Edgium previews, and more. Be sure to catch up below.