In an effort to further optimize the delivery of the next feature update of Windows 10 that is Windows 10 19H2 Update, Microsoft is considering delivering the update in a “new way.” PCs running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update will be able to install the 19H2 feature update like a monthly cumulative update.

Needless to say, these cumulative updates will have to go through a phase where a lot of testing with Windows Insider will be done before the roll-out to the public. Microsoft’s goal here is to deliver the update in a less disruptive fashion.

Users who are running any version earlier than Windows 10 May 2019 Update are not going to get the 19H2 update like a monthly cumulative update, meaning that the way of updating to Windows 10 19H2 will be the same as before for users running Windows October 2018 Update or older.

However, it is not clear whether Microsoft will stick to this “new way” for their future release of Windows 10 as well or they will go back to the previous update delivery mechanism post the Windows 10 19H2 Update.

Do you prefer a monthly feature update over twice a year feature update? Let us know what you think about this new update mechanism in the comments section below.

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