In Windows Update, I clicked Check for updates
And I see, You’re up to date
Also, I see
The Windows 10 May 2019 Update is on its way. We're offering this update to compatible devices, but your device isn't quite ready for it. Once your device is ready, you'll see the update available on this page. There's nothing you need to do at this time.
I purchased my laptop for about 1 month ago. It came with Windows 10 Home Single Language, version 1803.
Its specification is Processor: Intel Core i5-8250U Processor, GPU: AMD Radeon 540 2GB GDDR5, HD: 1TB and RAM: 12 GB DDR4.
I couldn’t understand my laptop will take further updates of Windows 10 version or not.
I discussed the issue on another platform and I found it’s alternatives as
- I should wait until Microsoft fixes the incompatibility issue between my computer hardware and Windows 10 feature update. Or
- I can update using Windows Update Advisor.
I agree with both options.
When I use Windows Update Advisor, it detected Windows 10 1903. It means, my laptop's Windows 10 can be updated to the next version (1903).
Now the confusion is...
- Should I update using Windows Update Advisor or should I wait until Microsoft fixes incompatibility issue?
In case of Windows update to next version, first of all, update files get downloaded in the computer, then the installation process starts. If an interruption occurs during installations or installation failed, most probably it goes back to the previous state.
- How do I know, where update files downloaded in the computer?
- If interruption or failure occurs, will all required files be downloaded again in the next attempt or installation process will start from the same file that was downloaded previously?
- If interruption or failure occurs, it goes back to the previous state. In such scenarios, Windows works normally as previous but may I expect any issue or bug in Windows because of interruption or failure?