The Windows 10 update, the recent May 2020 update, is completely optional for users, but it solves Linux support and more important problems. The patch in question contains a fix for an issue that caused games using spatial audio to stop working, and also fixes a few bugs that have appeared recently so far.
Windows 10 update and the problems it solves
As far as Microsoft reported, this update solves about 50 problems. Among them, it fixes problems that appear in the day, month and year fields of the console commands from the Internet connection problems encountered when the computer is turned on in sleep mode or standby mode. Besides, minor improvements are among these fixed issues.
Whether you want to install the update and whether you should do it is up to you, and if you have one of the major mistakes that it probably improves, making the update even easier. For bug fixes and improvements, you can browse the full list by going to Microsoft’s support website.
Besides, AdDuplex published a report on the update. Let’s take a look at the details of the numbers you see above. Windows 10 May 2020 update is now installed on more than a third of computers with some exceptions.
According to statistics for September, 34.5 percent of Windows users are using Windows 10 version 1909. In addition, the number of users of the new May update rose to 33.7 percent. While the May update was 24.1 percent in August, it rose to 33.7 percent in September.