New message warning you that your PC is not compatible with Windows 10 Update May 2019
This small improvement was discreetly included in Windows 10 in the section Windows Update in the control panel. Until now, if your computer was not compatible, you could not update to Windows 10 May 2019because you had outdated Bluetooth or WiFi drivers, an old version of BattleEye, because you had external drives connected, etc.
With that, until Microsoft does not launch a few drivers on your PC to update this incompatibility, May's update is not output on your PC. Not even forcing, it was possible to update, Microsoft having told you that you have detected incompatible items and do not let you update.
So instead of showing you anything when you enter Windows Update (since you're already aware of the updates), or tell you that you can not update when the download is complete and you should just take the measure of the update, Microsoft displays message that reads as follows:
"The update of Windows 10 May 2019 Update is in progress. We're offering this update to compatible devices, but yours is still not ready. Once that is done, you will see the update available on this page. You do not have anything to do now.
The next step should be to tell you which files or drivers are causing problems
However, you can perform some updates, such as removing old BattleEye files (which remain if you uninstalled Fortnite a few months ago), updating the WiFi and Bluetooth drivers from Qualcomm and Realtek, sound drivers. and even those of Intel for the integrated graphics or those of RAID storage units in the case of AMD.
Microsoft is launching the update for a growing number of computers and has recently announced that the update has reached its next phase. The next will take place in the next few days before the end of the month, where she is already updating old pilots that generate conflicts.
Ideally, the next step in the notification process that you can not receive an update is to know exactly which files are causing conflicts to resolve, update, or delete them. The operating system knows them, so it is trivial to show it to the user. It's nice to tell you if it's locked on your PC, but it would be much better if I told you exactly the reason without having to wait until they solve the problem remotely.