The new Windows 10 update will also bring several improvements to the operating system. The next Windows 10 update should arrive later this month and will bring with it several new features and improvements. The update will introduce new features for the Task Manager, offer new download restriction options for updates and make some changes in Cortana. The May update will also include new access options for Windows Hello.
The new update for Windows 10 (known as version 2004) has already been released for Windows Insiders in Slow Ring, so it will be tested before release. Through Windows Latest, we found that testing revealed an implementation that PC users with older hardware will certainly appreciate. It seems that Microsoft is making changes with the next patch that will make Windows 10 faster on some computers.
Windows 10, this is how the update will affect our computers
In particular, Microsoft has modified the operation of Windows search indexing, which will reduce high disk usage on machines that mount traditional hard drives.
So if you don’t have an SSD in your laptop or desktop, the new Windows 10 update will probably help you speed up your hardware. The latest Windows tests have shown that the May 2020 update will offer a faster overall experience across a range of different hardware configurations.
On the contrary, it seems that those who have the latest SSD hard drives installed on their computers “will hardly notice significant improvements”. This is because SSDs compared to classic hard drives have already significantly reduced load times.
“KB4549951”, nightmares of the past in the Microsoft house
The new Windows 10 update was announced in the wake of the recent nightmare update that caused quite a few problems for users. Released on April 14, patch KB4549951 had to make some security fixes in the operating system. Instead, the update wreaked havoc with error screens, deletion of important files, and system crashes.
Microsoft is currently investigating issues by constantly reviewing customer information and closely monitoring the situation. The Redmond tech giant has asked customers who have experienced problems to continue reporting them through the feedback center.