A Tweet has revealed the name of the major update that is supposed to come out somewhere in May of 2020.

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It would seem that this latest version will be called Windows 10, version 2003.

While the image is obviously the subject of change, it has already sparked enough interest from the public.

However, the snap doesn’t show too many features for users to latch on to.

While May 2020 is still a pretty far away, people have already started responding to the Tweet.

For instance, they are asking why has information about the May 2020 update been leaked, when the October 2019 Update hasn’t yet to come.

Where is October 2019 Update???

It would seem that this is because the October 2019 update isn’t all that important.

In fact, they went on to add that it won’t even be considered an actual version, and that the changes brought will be quite minor.

What features will come with Windows 10 version 2003?

One of the Highlights of the post was that Microsoft Windows 10 server is finally getting an update as well

This next major update for Windows 10 Server will also be named 2003.

Users have also noticed that this latest update hasn’t implements any rounded corners for the UI.

More so, it would seem that this big update won’t be showing fluent design being implemented either.

Users are eager to see what the future may bring for this next major update.

Other users are already worried that new info has arrived about the May 2020 update.

This is because not all bugs and issues from version 1903 were fixed, some of which are actually pretty serious.

In fact, some users still stick to Windows 10 version 1803 because they find the Windows 10 May 2019 Update far too buggy.

No comment on what is to happen to them has been made, and all we can do is wait and see how things unfold.