Microsoft recently pointed to major improvements to Windows 10, but this doesn’t help us here and now – especially recently after a rotten run of bad improvements. And you need to be alert again now, Microsoft has warned.
Microsoft has picked up from Windows Latest and announced that it is now committed to “latest final development,” a big Windows Update, May 10, 2020.
The company reports that Windows 10 users would then discover Windows Mixed Reality, its virtual and AR platform with over 2,500 games and VR experiences, ‘does not work for many users’ after the update.’ However, the DISM (Deployment Image Service and Management) tool is troublesome in fixing system corruption without disclosing the correct status, and in some niche instances there are issues with text entry.
The good news is that Microsoft works on corrections and spontaneously makes Windows Mixed Reality corrections a top priority “We plan to deliver them early May.” Despite this, the launch of the Windows 10 Mai 2020 update continues and will be received by everyone who checks the updates (Configures > Update & Protection > Windows updates).
What’s updated to May 2020? Such tweaks and improvements, as well as updates to the Windows subsystem for Ubuntu and functional updates to the User Interfaces in the Preferences and Task Manager (aside from Microsoft knows everything breaks). Well, yeah, it’s not necessary and I’d advise mainstream users to stay away.
Microsoft plans to update Windows 10 but the majority of users will be wise to be careful if the software recently reached one billion installs.