Microsoft's Windows 10 May 2020 Update ISO Is Now Available, How To Download It
This entry was posted on April 21, 2020.
As to what you can expect from the upgrade, the May 2020 Update will introduce some new and updated features, including a refreshed Task Manager that shows the type of disk (SSD or HDD) and temperature of your GPU(s), a new cloud backup option, new sign-in options, and a bunch of other things. If you are ready to give it a whirl, then keep reading.
How To Download The Windows 10 May 2020 Update ISO
This is where you will...*drum roll*...selection a Windows 10 edition. The one you are looking for is labeled Windows 10 Insider Preview (SLOW) - Build 19041. Next, select your language, and then click on Confirm.
From here, you will be given two download options—64-bit and 32-bit. We recommend the 64-bit, unless you have a specific reason for installing the 32-bit version (for compatibility with older hardware, mostly). Be aware that the ISO file is around 5GB in size.
You can use the ISO to create an installation USB thumb drive or DVD. Then once you install Windows 10 with the May 2020 Update on a PC, be sure to hit up Windows Update, as that will bump the test build up to the final RTM release that will roll out to the public next month.