Microsoft going to extreme lengths to ensure May update avoids mistakes of 1809

Found on Ars Technica on Thursday, 04 April 2019
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It's going to be the May 2019 update, because Microsoft is being a great deal more cautious about this release. Next week, a build will be pushed to the Release Preview ring, which should provide around a month of testing before its expected release date.

If Microsoft sticks with its plan to leave the feature update optional until it becomes a prerequisite for support, many Windows 10 users may not find themselves upgrading for more than a year after its release.

It cannot really get any worse than 1809. Well, probably not...