What’s new with Windows 10 May 2019 updates

For Windows 10 users, Microsoft has brought a new wave of latest updates with an emphasis on new “Light” Theme feature.

By delivering latest May 2019 updates at the beginning of June, Microsoft kept its promise of introducing semi-annual updates of its earlier versions of Windows 10. To the disappointment of users, the updated May 2019 version of Windows 10 doesn’t include a plethora of features just like its predecessors, yet it deserves a quick glance on a few things that are worth notable. In a more straightforward way, it is the new “Light” theme feature that pulled the attention of dark mode haters of Windows 10.

This new feature first came into light in November when Microsoft gave a hint of its arrival in the mid of 2019, only for the members of the Windows Insider program, – primarily Beta testers. Windows 10 has a default configuration of themes that primarily includes light and white elements, major components like start menu and taskbar use a dark glassy layer that might conflict with your minimalist mojo.

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This new light theme feature gives the appearance of light-frosted glass across various elements along with white background for the rest of the Windows 10 OS. If necessary, you can also use light theme default wallpaper to go along with it.

Exceptional changes in the latest Windows 10 May 2019 updates

  • Integrated Support for Kaomoji
  • Applications can now be Sandboxed for enhanced security. It is primarily a user-friendly option to execute a virtual machine without putting your Windows installation at risk of malfunction.
  • Search and Cortana are detached to reduce confusion among users
  • There is a new snip tool for capturing screenshots
  • Windows will now use AI technology to find out the right to install Windows updates, especially when you are using your computer.
  • Larger updates that are time-consuming will no longer be installed automatically

The updates are just a few by the standard of Windows Updates, but that’s all anyone can expect with updates twice a year.

How much storage it takes to deploy may 2019 updates?

Microsoft is only being ultra-cautious regarding the release date of May 2019 updates after everything they’d been through during the October launch of 2018 updates was no less than a disaster. Many users lost their data after installing 2018 updates due to the lack of sufficient storage. The incident forced Microsoft to revise the update procedure and start reserving 7 GB space just for updates. The recent launch of May 2019 Windows 10 update is the initial assessment of the new approach and is available only for members of Windows Insider Program. So, general users may have to wait for a bit longer to get proper updates. The reason behind this could possibly be minimizing the impact of potential issues, if there will be any.

If you are a bit overhasty to get your hands on May 2019, just move your cursor to the Settings option > Updates and Security > Windows Updates and Select “Check for Updates” and after that, you only need tap on “Download” and “Install” button to deploy the updates on your device.


If you want to know more about May 2019 updates, you can place a call to Microsoft Customer Care Services and get in touch with their representatives for technical assistance on how to download and install Windows 10 May 2019 updates.

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