Until now we all knew that the mood would start sometime this month, but without any official announcement.
ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, a very trusted Microsoft analyst, once said that Windows 10 May 2020 Update GA (General Availability from General Availability) was scheduled for May 12, but apparently the company's schedule has changed.
More specifically, the day of its official release Windows 10 The May 2020 Update, or 2004 version, could be May 28, as Microsoft decided to delay it by about two weeks due to a zero-day vulnerability in the operating system.
Although no further details are available at this time, it is believed that Microsoft wants everything to be perfect this time around, so its goal is to resolve known issues before sending RTM to OEMs.
Such as he explains Mary Jo Foley, a delay is not necessarily a surprise given the timing of COVID 19. Too many people work from home, and so development and error testing sometimes go much slower than before. Thus, there is a possibility that the circulation of the next big update will be affected as well Windows 10.
At this time, Microsoft has not given an official release date for Windows 10 May 2020 Update, but if you want to try out the upcoming version, you can sign up for Windows Insider and download the ISO from the Release Preview ring. Microsoft has been releasing this version since April.