On April 18, some tech pros began noticing that Microsoft had made its Windows 10 1903/May 2019 Update release available on MSDN for download. If Microsoft hadn’t changed its Windows 10 servicing cadence a couple of weeks ago, this would be business as usual. But in early April, Microsoft officials said the plan was to make Windows 10 1903/May Update available to consumers and business users starting in late May, not in mid-April. Our commercial customers can begin their targeted deployments in late May, which will mark the beginning of the 18-month servicing period for Windows 10, version 1903 in the Semi-Annual Channel. We recommend IT administrators start validating the apps, devices and infrastructure used by their organizations at that time to ensure that they work well with this release before broadly deploying. The May 2019 Update will be available in late May through Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), Windows Update for Business, the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) for phased deployment using System Center Configuration Manager or other systems management software.” Windows 10 1903/May Update bits to Insider testers in Release Preview on April 8.Microsoft would use the late May date when it begins rollout as the start of the 18-month support period for Windows 10 1903. Tero Alhonen and WZor.NET on Twitter. The 1903/May Update bits are not yet available in the Evaluation Center or VLSC. Microsoft released the Windows 10 Software Development Kit (SDK) for the May 2019 Update on April 18 with a “go-live” license and… [Read full story]
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