The next big update for Windows 10 , popularly known as May 2020, finally seems that it will not meet its global availability date earlier this month and would have been delayed for several weeks, specifically until May 28.
As usual with major updates to Windows 10, the estimated availability date will not be met. In this way, the Windows 10 2004 update, also known as the May 2020 update, will not meet its global release date of May 12 and was delayed to the 28th of the same month.
In principle, the new Redmond roadmap regarding this new update would place the availability of the update for partners on May 5, for developers on May 12 and for the general public on May 28 .
This late-breaking change of plans is speculated to be related to the location of a zero-day exploit that Microsoft has decided to patch prior to its availability to partners, developers and the general public.
If already in case every time a Windows 10 update arrives, whether general or cumulative, different compatibility or performance problems usually occur in hundreds of computers of users and organizations, the fact that it would be launched with a zero exploit -day could have increased such criticism, leaving teams of users and organizations vulnerable.
In any case, the May update for Windows 10, which we have already discussed about the new features it will include, is not at the same level of changes that have existed in previous iterations.