Starting today, any Windows 10 user using a compatible device can actively get updates by checking the update button. However, when checking for updates, the update will not start the installation. Once the update appears on the installation page, you will see the option to download and install the Windows 10 May 2019 update.
If you don't want to get updates right away, you can ignore the May 2019 update option, but you will still receive a cumulative update. This new "Download Now and Install" will be available for the October 2018 update and the April 2018 update. If you don't see this option, make sure your device is up to date.
The Windows 10 May 2019 update makes this system the most streamlined version of the current version of Windows 10, with improved performance and a number of issues.
About Windows 10 May 2019 update
The Windows 10 May 2019 update provides some much-needed improvements to the operating system. It introduces an improved Windows Update experience, lightweight theme and some improvements. However, the best feature is the new Windows Sandbox.
Windows Sandbox is a simple virtualized Windows in Windows where you can open any web address, download an untrusted application and run it. The Sandbox function is described as a stand-alone temporary desktop environment, so you don't have to worry about running it inside. Any application will have an impact on your PC.
With the Windows Sandbox, you can open suspicious applications, files or programs. When you close the Sandbox, everything will disappear forever.
It's worth noting that Sandbox runs a copy of Windows on Windows, so it splits a large chunk of CPU and memory. If your PC is equipped with a low-end chip and has limited memory, the performance of the Sandbox may not be very good, because the execution speed of the PC will affect the performance of the Sandbox.
Windows Update is getting better
Windows Update has been criticized for its limited functionality. Microsoft listened to suggestions and improved Windows Update in Windows 10 1903.
The Windows Update Settings page now offers a pause update option so you can delay the update. You can use the Windows 10 Home license to suspend updates on your PC.
Finally, Microsoft uses the AI to determine when it is least likely to use your PC, making the automatic update time option smarter.
Windows search and Cortana experience improved
Another important change is the separation of Windows Search and Cortana. Previously, search was a feature within Cortana. With the arrival of the Windows 10 update in May 2019, Microsoft finally gave Windows a search for its location, and Cortana also had his own home on the taskbar.
You can right click on the taskbar to hide the search or Cortana icon. In the new version, you'll notice that Windows Search has a slightly adjusted interface. It supports lightweight themed themes and has a fluid design.
Improved automated troubleshooting experience
Microsoft has built a troubleshooting feature in Windows, and Windows Troubleshooting supports handling compatibility, audio, driver and application issues.
Windows can now fix common problems using the recommended troubleshooting procedures.
As mentioned above, the May 2019 update introduces a number of very good improvements and provides better performance. If your PC has no hardware or software compatibility issues, it is worth upgrading.