Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 May 2019 update to the Release Preview ring

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As announced last week, the Windows May 10, 2019 update from May 2019 goes through a month in the Insider Release Preview ring for mass testing.

That clock started ticking while Build 18362.30 is now being introduced for anyone who is already a member of the Release Preview ring or who wants to sign up today.

The current release for 18362.30 is the same as Slow and Fast Rings and should be considered a near-final release. Microsoft will send patches to this version in the coming weeks if problems or bugs are discovered before May 2019 goes live to the public later in May.

As we reported last week about the longer Release Preview test phase:

This time, instead of skipping this test phase, Microsoft is doubling the time that Microsoft is testing a new feature update in the Release Preview ring. In the past, a new release spent about two weeks in the Release Preview ring, but with 19H1, Microsoft will test it for more than a month before making it ready for public deployment.

Last week, changes were announced in the way Microsoft pushes feature updates to Windows 10, including not automatically installing those updates. Instead, users must log in to download and install.

Joining the Windows Insider Release Preview program is very easy and only takes a few minutes. Our manual describes the process, but instead of Fast or Slow ring tones, users will choose Release Preview (called "Just fixes, apps and drivers"). Alternatively, Microsoft also has its own manual that can help explain the process. Build 18362.30 is stable enough for your main computer and should not have major problems.

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