Windows 10 will now notify you when a major Windows 10 update is not yet supported on your computer, as is the case with the recent May 2020 update that is rolling out in a phased manner among users.
The new big update to Windows 10, known as the May 2020 one, is now available to the consuming public, although as it is a staggered update, it is likely that only a small set of users will have it to date.
In fact, the May 2020 update of Windows 10 began to be implemented in a staggered manner since last May 27 to certain users with compatible equipment and drivers. Instead, some of the consumers who did not yet have the notice to download and install the update, chose to force it, which has caused various failures such as the dreaded blue screen of death.
To prevent users from forcing the installation of the Windows 10 May 2020 update, or from starting to flood the Microsoft forums asking why they don’t have it available yet, Windows 10 will now notify you when your computer has not yet been selected to receive this update.
To do this for a few hours Windows 10 is warning with a rather striking window that our device is not compatible with the new Windows 10 update, at least to date.
Specifically in the message it can be read that “Windows 10 May 2020 update is already underway. We are offering this update to compatible devices, but your device is not yet ready for it. Once your device is ready, you will see the update available on this page. You don’t need to do anything right now“
In this way, Microsoft is much clearer with updates, to prevent users from forcing downloads when their computers are not yet ready. This is an interesting move in favor of the transfer given that until now our operating system did not warn us that the current equipment was not compatible with a certain update.