After waiting nearly two months for the May 2020 Update for Windows 10 to be available on my PC, I was finally able to upgrade my main desktop recently, and now I know why—Microsoft said it has begun a new phase in the rollout based on data it has collected through some fancy machine learning-based training. Whether you should apply the update on your own PC (assuming it’s now available to you), however, is a matter of weighing risk versus rewards.

Microsoft has been throttling the rollout of the May 2020 update, which first arrived on some PCs on May 27. The staggered release schedule gives Microsoft some breathing room to identify and stomp out bugs that might have been missed during months of testing within the Windows Insider program. And yes, there are several known issues with the latest update.

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