The release of Windows 10 in the 2004 version, also known as the May 2020 Update or "20H1", has reached the next stage. The operating system is currently available to users who check manually for updates and have Windows 10 version 1903 or version 1909 installed.
Microsoft now recognizes these users as "applicants" and as of today, it has the 2004 version on a larger number of devices.
The updated version of Windows 10 he says:
Windows 10, version 2004, is available for users with devices running Windows 10, versions 1903 and 1909, and manually "Check for updates" via Windows Update. As of today, a new phase in our circulation begins. Using machine learning (ML), we increase the number of devices selected for automatic updating in Windows 10 2004 and approaching the end of the service. We will continue to train our machine learning in all phases to smartly release new versions of Windows 10 to provide a smooth updating experience.
What does this mean other than the good news that Microsoft reports?
To train machine learning, the company is experimenting with Windows 10 users, constantly collecting data. If something goes wrong it sends updates again from the beginning, collects data and we go again.
Note that to perform its experiments, Microsoft uses the Home and Pro versions, which are still available for free, using a Windows 7 key.
Business versions (payed Windows) do not use this platform.
If you are interested in installing the 2004 version right now, check for updates from Windows Update. If your device is not excluded from Microsoft "machine learning" services and does not have critical issues or incompatibilities, you may be able to upgrade. You must have version 1909 or version 1903 installed.