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Is your computer eligible for the latest Windows 10 update?

During the past few days, Microsoft released the May 2020 update for Windows 10, which includes many new features to improve security, privacy, and productivity, and to keep pace with the changes that people and companies face with working methods, learning, and remote communication.

However, major updates to Windows 10 usually confuse some users due to a delay in the updated arrival of their device, or some problems after installing the update.

This is due to the fact that Microsoft takes a specific approach to how to introduce major updates, which is to gradually introduce the update to users over the coming weeks. Initially, the availability of the update was limited to those devices that are running Windows 10 version 1903 or 1909, and then followed by devices that use older versions From the system.

Microsoft uses this approach to release major updates from Windows 10 to monitor the appearance of some errors, and to prevent the spread of problems among a large number of user devices.

However; earlier releases this process was always unclear to users, as the update was delayed for some of them without any comment explaining the reason for the delay.

But starting with the May 2020 update for Windows 10 - also known as the 2004 version - Microsoft has taken steps to reduce the confusion that occurs around the update process, by adding a clear message in the Windows Update section in the settings, letting users know whether it is supposed Their devices receive the update now, or later.

Now you can check the update available for your device by following these steps:

    Go to the (Settings) page on your Windows 10 computer.
    Click Update & Security.
    Click on the "Windows Update" section at the top left sidebar of the screen. Here you will find the

update available to install now, or you will see a message saying:

Update (Windows 10 May 2020) on the way. We provide this update for compatible devices, but your device is not completely ready for it. Once your device is ready, you will see the update available on this page, there is nothing you have to do at this time. ”

Microsoft recommends that users who receive this message wait for the update to reach their device, and not to use the Media Creation tool, or any other tool to manually install the update; To ensure that you do not encounter any major problems when updating Windows 10.

It is worth noting that Microsoft has announced earlier that it is following at least 10 problems in the recent update of Windows 10, including a set of errors affecting peripherals and Bluetooth devices, graphics card drivers, most notably a problem with the Memory Integrity feature, That prevents the update from installing if you haven't stopped it, or by updating the graphics card drivers for your device.