The Windows 10 May 2019 Update is finally ready to download, and it's the first – and possibly only – major update for Microsoft's constantly-evolving Windows 10 operating system this year.
The idea is to make it installable for the computers least likely to have any problems, and slowly increase the level of availability, while monitoring feedback from users and taking care that no major stumbling blocks are encountered.
While it's frustraiting to have to wait, it's a good idea because it means any issues can be identified and fixed before millions of people install the software.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update name
Previously known as the 'Windows 10 April 2019 Update', Microsoft revised that to 'May 2019', and officially it's referred to as 'Windows 10 version 1903' or by its codename Windows 19H1.
Not only does it make the taskbar and Start Menu lighter, but new icons have been created that better suits the new Light theme.