Windows 10 version 1903, May 2019 Update, is available starting May 21, 2019, and even though the best method to upgrade is to wait until you get the notification to download it through Windows Update, you can upgrade manually as soon as it’s available — in this video tutorial, you’ll learn the steps on how to do this.
To upgrade to the May 2019 Update skipping the queue, you can use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool to perform an in-place upgrade, which is virtually the same as using Windows Update or Update Assistant, and during the process your files, apps, and settings will not be affected.
How to upgrade to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update
If you can’t wait to get the May 2019 Update automatically, you can use the Media Creation Tool. Alongside the video tutorial, here are also the written steps to perform the upgrade:
Download the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft. (Use the Download tool now option.)
Double-click the MediaCreationTool1903.exe file to launch the tool.
Select the Upgrade this PC now option.
Click the Accept button to agree to the licensing terms.
Click the Accept button again.
Select the option to keep your files and apps (if it’s not already selected).
Click the Install button.
If you’re looking to upgrade as quickly as possible, or your device is having problems getting the update automatically, this hands-on video outlines the steps to upgrade your computer to the May 2019 Update. You can also check these tips to avoid common problems during the installation process of Windows 10.
If you want to start with a fresh copy of Windows 10 with the May 2019 Update, you can use these instructions.
Installing the latest version of Windows 10 should be an easy process, but if you’re experiencing any problems you can submit your questions in the Pureinfotech forums to get help.