Microsoft announced that it will begin pushing Windows 10 May 2019 preview build for Slow Ring Insider testers next week, and will be widely pushed to most users by the end of May.
The May update is the next major release of Windows 10, codenamed “19H1”, and its biggest highlight is the introduction of a new lightweight theme, Windows sandboxing, and the separation of Cortana and Windows search. The Start menu, Action Center, and Settings apps will also be improved.
In addition, if you are using a laptop and often work at night, you will find such a small change, that is, Win10 19H1 no longer automatically adjusts the brightness with the power plug. The benefits are obvious, such as not blinking your eyes for charging your laptop. In addition, the notification centre has also changed. A newly added brightness slider replaces the previous brightness button, which is more practical and intuitive.
The May 2019 update will also allow Windows 10 users to control how they get feature updates, ie Windows 10 users will be able to use only the existing version and continue to receive monthly security updates before the upgrade policy is set, thus avoiding the latest feature updates.