Update KB5003214 for Windows 10 is available for 21H1, 20H2, and 2004 through the Windows Update and Update Catalog.
For advanced users, Microsoft has released download links for offline update installers that can be used to install on multiple devices or when you have problems with WU.
Windows 10 KB5003214 is an optional non-security update (cumulative preview update). Installing it will raise your Windows build number of your computer to Build 19043.1023 (if you are running the May 2021 Update). If you are using the v20H2 version, it will go up to Build 19042.1023. For those who still use the 2004 version, they will get Build 19041.1023.
The builds are different for each version of Windows 10. However, the changes that the update brings are the same. On your systems, you will see the following update if you check for updates:
2021-05 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 21H1 for x64-based Systems (KB5003214)
2021-05 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5003214)
As always, if you want to install the optional update, make sure you have not selected drivers in the optional updates section.
Windows 10 KB5003214 Download Links: 64-bit and 32-bit (x86).
The link above is to download the offline update from the Microsoft Update Catalog. Click the "Download" button next to the correct version and version of Windows 10. The downloaded file will be in .msu format.
Windows 10 KB5003214 (Build 19043.1023) Complete Changelog
The "News and Interests" feature will appear immediately on your taskbar
To activate "News and Interests", you can now hover the mouse pointer over the weather icon.
Microsoft uses Bing and MSN services to display an elaborate list of news and interests when you click the icon.
If you do not like the News & Interests feature, you can right-click the icon in the taskbar to select "Disable or Show Icon Only".
Windows 10 Build 19043.1023 also brings notable updates to your Microsoft Phone app. Microsoft seems to have fixed a problem that might prevent users from launching Android apps on the taskbar. This issue occurs when users upgrade to Windows 10 version 2004.
In addition to these critical fixes, the latest Windows 10 update also addresses video playback issues. This problem has been observed when users switch from a high dynamic range (HDR) monitor to a built-in HDR-free monitor.
Finally, Microsoft finally addressed audio and Bluetooth issues.