What IT Pros Will Want to Know About Windows 10 Version 1903

For those of you holding out on Windows 7 during its final eight months of lifecycle support, there is most certainly no better time than now to migrate to Windows 10 ahead of that deadline. The deployment and management tools have improved significantly over the last couple of years and they get even better in this release.

Richard Hay, Senior Content Producer

May 31, 2019

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After 10 months of development which included more than 40 public testing builds, Microsoft began the formal process of rolling out Windows 10 Version 1903 (May 2019 Update) last week. For enterprise IT Pros this update will be known as Version 1903 and represents the seventh feature update for Windows 10. For many business and enterprise customers, the pace of Windows as a Service (WaaS) with semi-annual releases over the last four years has been a challenge to manage, each and every update to Windows 10 has continued to deliver key enhancements with a lot of focus on security and device management.

That is why it might be time for enterprises and other business users to seriously consider catching up with WaaS and pushing out this feature update if you are already on Windows 10. For those of you holding out on Windows 7 during its final eight months of lifecycle support, there is most certainly no better time than now to migrate to Windows 10 ahead of that deadline. The deployment and management tools have improved significantly over the last couple of years and they get even better in this release.

This gallery will give IT decision makers and IT Pros a series of talking points to highlight the improvements made in Windows 10 Version 1903. One of them might be the catalyst that begins a significant wave of change at your organization.

About the Author(s)

Richard Hay

Senior Content Producer, IT Pro Today (Informa Tech)

I served for 29 plus years in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Master Chief Petty Officer in November 2011. My work background in the Navy was telecommunications related so my hobby of computers fit well with what I did for the Navy. I consider myself a tech geek and enjoy most things in that arena.

My first website – AnotherWin95.com – came online in 1995. Back then I used GeoCities Web Hosting for it and WindowsObserver.com is the result of the work I have done on that site since 1995.

In January 2010 my community contributions were recognized by Microsoft when I received my first Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for the Windows Operating System. Since then I have been renewed as a Microsoft MVP each subsequent year since that initial award. I am also a member of the inaugural group of Windows Insider MVPs which began in 2016.

I previously hosted the Observed Tech PODCAST for 10 years and 317 episodes and now host a new podcast called Faith, Tech, and Space. 

I began contributing to Penton Technology websites in January 2015 and in April 2017 I was hired as the Senior Content Producer for Penton Technology which is now Informa Tech. In that role, I contribute to ITPro Today and cover operating systems, enterprise technology, and productivity.

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