Windows 10 is about to release a major release very soon. The Windows 10 May 2019 update is expected to come with plenty of features and improvements and many users are excited about it. In the next weeks, the update is expected to bring several new features.
We have prepared an early review so you can get an idea about what’s coming next.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update Review: Here’s What The New Version Brings
You can expect some significant Cortana changes as well as enhanced search experience for this update. Many users were unhappy with Cortana, and they felt that the virtual assistant was making searches more difficult. Now Cortana has been separated from the search function.
There are now two different buttons on the taskbar, one for search and one for Cortana, which makes them two separate things. While this separation could have been smoother, some users will be glad to hear the news.
Taskbar, Start and Action Center
There is a new theme prepared for the next Windows 10 May 2019 update. This theme makes things a lot lighter, replacing the dark colors of the Start menu, Taskbar, Action Center and other menus to bright colors. We have to admit that we love this new look and it gives Windows 10 a fresh vibe.
Some areas haven’t received the light theme update. These are Cortana and My People, and while it is hard to understand why they were left behind, we might see this change with upcoming updates.
However, we noticed that some Fluent Design effects don’t show up the way they are supposed to in certain places. For instance, the Start menu doesn’t have the right kind of light reveal. On the other hand, some Fluent Design effects look even better thanks to the new theme. Here we can mention the new drop shadows.
New Kamoji and Symbols
When Windows 10 Fall Update rolled out, it came with emojis, but the users did not appreciate that addition. However, the new Windows 10 May 2019 update brings some improvements to that feature.
Accordingly, new Kamoji and symbols have been added to please the fans.
Artificial intelligence has been introduced by Microsoft already, but in Windows May 2019 update, the company added automatic troubleshooting. The old feature helped users to run a troubleshooting mode to any issues they might face on Windows 10.
Now, Windows 10 May 2019 update introduced automatic troubleshooting, meaning that you can continue your activity on the OS, while the Windows 10 OS is troubleshooting any problem that might occur.
In short, Windows 10 May 2019 update brings lots of new improvements, so it’s recommended for you to upgrade your system to it.
Laura Modin has lived in Las Cruces her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The The Santa Fe New Mexican. As a journalist for News Lair, Laura covers national and international developments.