Microsoft’s Windows 10 1903, a k a the May 2019 Update, is officially ‘ready for broad deployment for all users via Windows Update.’ That new status was achieved on September 26, as Microsoft noted on its Windows 10 Release Information status page.
The status change coincided with the September 26 release of the latest Windows 10 1903 Cumulative Update (KB4517211, Build 18362.387), which included a number of fixes for various issues in the product, including a fix for audio issues affecting certain games.
As Microsoft notes on its release information page, devices running Windows 10 1803 (the April 2018 Update) Home, Pro and Pro for Workstation editions will reach the end of support on November 12, 2019. Microsoft started to auto-update these users — along with those running earlier versions of Windows 10 past their end of service — to 1903 since July 2019. Microsoft advises users who have not been “offered” Windows 10 1903 to check its Release Information page for possible known issues affecting their devices which may be resolved and/or resolvable.
We recommend commercial customers running earlier versions of Windows 10 begin broad deployments of Windows 10, version 1903, in their organizations,
Microsoft is still not believed to have finalized its Windows 10 1909 feature release, but it seemingly is close to doing so. Once that happens, Microsoft should begin rolling out 1909 to mainstream users. I’m hearing this should happen in the next month or so. To make sure you’re ready and in control when the next Windows 10 feature update hits, check out these tips