Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004) was expected to release on May 12, but due to zero-day exploits, the Redmond giant has pushed the release date to May 28. Today, the company has quietly published the release information page and the resolved issues page for the version 2004.
However, there are no mentions of the release date for the version on the information page. Generally, the company publishes the information page of major Windows 10 update a few days earlier to the official release date. This time also the same is happening.
This month earlier, Microsoft updated its Driver Shiproom Schedule, where they accidentally shared the roll-out date for the version 2004. Driver Shiproom Schedule is for the OEMs to avoid conflicts on updates so that they don’t roll-out any driver update a day before or after the feature updates or Patch Tuesday updates.
Moreover, according to the release information page, there are no known issues in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. And the resolved issues page where the company updates the resolved known issues is also empty. However, this doesn’t mean that the May 2020 update is free from known issues; it could also be possible that the company hasn’t updated it.
The May 2020 Update will come with several new features, including Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2), the new Cortana app, improved Notepad, Bluetooth pairing experience, etc. And the company could release the feature update tomorrow.