8 replies on What's new in Windows 10 May 2019 Update? 13 new features!

  1. Dirk J.W. Detmar says:

    It is always nice to see what will change (sometimes for the better) in a next major update of W-10. However those cosmetic updates are not necessary for me in using W-10 as an operating system. What I would like to see in a new version are p.e.: A simple switch to disable Defender totally from Firewall till virus and malware protection. A simple list of all apps delivered (for free) within Windows. This list should be in such a format that you can uninstall all the, unnecessary and unwanted windows shit FOREVER.

  2. tazmo8448 says:

    One thing that continues to happen is Windows 10 has updates anywhere from two to four a year and yet they don’t tell the end users the changes they make on each iteration. You’d think they would send some sort of email that comes along with each major update noting the differences and how to use them, rather than just dumping them on us and letting us try to figure out what was done and how it effects the OS.

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s why we are here, to explain, provide tutorials, and more. 😉

    • Ron says:

      Ask and yea shall receive …

      MS has come up with this page:
      https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/

      It appears to list new features and bug fixes as they are released.

      Here are a couple of snips with some of the information avaiable from the page:

      OS build Availability date Servicing option Kb article
      17763.529 2019-05-21 Semi-Annual Channel • Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) • LTSC KB 4497934
      17763.504 2019-05-19 Semi-Annual Channel • Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) • LTSC KB 4505056
      17763.503 2019-05-14 Semi-Annual Channel • Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) • LTSC KB 4494441

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      Known issues
      This table offers a summary of current active issues and those issues that have been resolved in the last 30 days.

      Summary Originating update Status Last updated
      Devices with some Asian language packs installed may receive an error
      After installing the KB4493509 devices with some Asian language packs installed may receive the error, “0x800f0982 – PSFX_E_MATCHING_COMPONENT_NOT_F

      See details > OS Build 17763.437

      April 09, 2019
      KB4493509 Mitigated
      May 03, 2019
      10:59 AM PT
      Printing from Microsoft Edge or other UWP apps, you may receive the error 0x80070007
      Attempting to print from Microsoft Edge or other Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications, you may receive an error.

      See details > OS Build 17763.379

      March 12, 2019
      KB4489899 Mitigated
      May 02, 2019
      04:47 PM PT

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      Resolved issues
      Summary Originating update Status Date resolved
      Audio not working on monitors or TV connected to a PC via HDMI, USB, or DisplayPort
      Upgrade block: Microsoft has identified issues with certain new Intel display drivers, which accidentally turn on unsupported features in Windows.

      See details > OS Build 17763.134

      November 13, 2018
      KB4467708 Resolved
      May 21, 2019
      07:42 AM PT
      Unable to access some gov.uk websites
      gov.uk websites that don’t support “HSTS” may not be accessible

      See details > OS Build 17763.503

      May 14, 2019
      KB4494441 Resolved
      KB4505056 May 19, 2019
      02:00 PM PT

  3. JeeZee says:

    Great article that summarizes the changes in the upcoming May updates. Hope there is an official article like this from Microsoft. At least have a Bill Gates’ seal “I approve this message!” 🙂

    All-in-All I felt Microsoft never knows where to focus their effort through all these years of development since Windows 3.0. Windows is an operating system, focus on it.

    It looked like they constantly wanted to get into application development, browsers, windows store and easy menu item re-allocation and color changing and call them “updates”. Keep them separate from the OS.

    May they know it all, just it is lot easier to take on these superficial change tasks than to make hard core improvements to the OS and normal users won’t understand any of the internal core improvements anyway.

  4. Ed Moles says:

    The Win 10 search function is remarkably bad. I have been using.Untrasearch and Wise jet search both of which do an excellent job. Hopefully, the update to Win 10 will finally result in a quality search function. I will do the update this evening and wait in excited anticipation.

  5. James says:

    Don’t know I still show ver 1809 build 17763.615. how do you get it

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