A week later and reports have been piling up of those who updated with the collection of "Patch Tuesday" fixes suffering with systems that get stuck at boot time. If not, you will just have to wait it out or manually upgrade from here.
After a month of testing Microsoft is now releasing the Windows 10 May 2019 Update to those looking to download it. The new dashboard provides a single page for each now supported version of Windows so you can quickly search for issues by keyword, including any safeguard holds on updates, see the current status of each issue, and find important announcements.
Microsoft has stated that their new Windows Update experience will allow users running supported versions of Windows 10 to install new feature updates when they wish. Once the update appears, you can select Download and install now.
After the updates have finished installing, you restore the system to the "R1" restore point.
If you're running Windows 10 version 1809, you should get the build 17763.504 via Windows Update. Some of these factors can include a specific piece of hardware or peripheral connected to your computer, incompatible device drivers, applications, security software, and your geographical location can also dictate when the new feature update will be available to you. Then simply launch the tool, select the Upgrade this PC option and continue with the on-screen directions to complete the installation.
According to an announcement by Microsoft, their month long testing by Windows Insiders has shown that the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is ready to be made available to all users.
For those, running older versions that are unsupported or near to end of support, they will automatically update to the newest feature update. Well, it's happening again, but this time it's affecting Windows 7 PCs. If you want to avoid issues, we recommend waiting until you receive the notification about the May 2019 Update through Windows Update.
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