As the most important windows 10 update this year, are you ready? According to Microsoft, this week (May 28) will start the update of windows 10 may 2020, but this update will adopt the "gradual" mode as before.
That is to say, Microsoft will send the function update to a few users. If there is a problem, the push will be stopped immediately and an emergency fix will be made. If there is no problem, the push will be open to more users. Natural users can also manually update to the latest version.
Last month, there were four known issues with the May 2020 feature update. In the latest cumulative update released to testers last week, at least three known issues have been fixed and marked as resolved, but an unresolved bug may cause problems for users who frequently use the dism tool.
A known problem with windows 10 may 2020 updates is that deploying image services and management (dism) tools incorrectly reports status. Dism is a command-line tool that is often used to fix Windows system image problems, but a bug in the May 2020 update made dism unable to report the correct damage status.
Microsoft confirmed that DISM issue will not be fixed before May 2020 update launch.