May Update forced on PCs running old Windows 10

July 2019
Computer Act!ve;7/3/2019, Issue 557, p6
Highlights from the article: Microsoft is now forcing the May 2019 Update (version 1903) computers that are still running the April 2018 Update (1803). Security support for the April 2018 Update is due to end on 12 November, so Microsoft is automatically updating computers now to prevent problems later. Anyone using Microsoft's Outlook app for Android should update it straight away, after a flaw was discovered that's so serious even the US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning.


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