Microsoft today announced the official name for the next major Windows 10 update. So far, we referred to it as Windows 10 19H1, and now that it has an official name, we are going to refer to the update as the May 2019 Update.
The May 2019 Update for Windows 10 is getting a new Insider build today with some fixes. Microsoft is releasing build 18362.30 to Insiders in both the Fast and Slow Rings, and it only comes with three minor fixes:
- We fixed an issue where AAD users were not able to sign-in after updating to 19H1 on AAD-joined PC not enrolled into MDM.
- We fixed an issue where users were unable to enable\disable .NET Framework or other optional feature- on-demand (FODs) after installing recent Cumulative Updates.
- We fixed an issue where a user’s PC may get into a unbootable state after installing a Cumulative Update and then installing a optional feature-on-demand (FOD).
Windows 10 May 2019 Update is finalized, so Microsoft is only really bothered about minor bugs at this point. The company is expected to release the update to Insiders in the Release Preview ring next week, where it will be tested for a month. And once that’s done, the company will start the official, public rollout of the update.
As for build 18362.30, it’s available with the KB4497464 update, which you should be able to install from Windows Update if you are in the Fast or Slow rings.