Windows 10 May 2019 update brings Updateception

Microsoft has released the May 2019 update for Windows 10, also known as version 1903. To celebrate the occasion, the Windows maker has also made some changes to the way Windows updates are delivered to PCs across the world. A blog post from Windows Servicing and Delivery Director John Cable covers an update for Windows 10 versions 1803 and 1809 that will enable PCs to get the latest feature update for the world's most popular desktop OS. 

The first step to updating your PC is…updating your PC. Microsoft released an update for Windows Update as a companion to the May 2019 version. If your PC already has the latest version of Windows Update, a link to download the May 2019 release will appear within the Windows Update control panel. Once that update is installed, you'll need to restart your PC. The next time your PC looks for updates, the May 2019 feature update will appear. If that's too many times reading the word "update" for you, Microsoft has posted a video to YouTube detailing the process.

What to Expect When You're Expecting a New Way to Update Windows

With all that update talk out of the way, we can discuss what's new. Oh, wait, no we can't; this update is all about a better update process. Corporate Vice President of Windows Mike Fortin took to the Windows blog recently to detail an improved Windows 10 update user experience. Previously, Microsoft decided programmatically when a device would be capable of running a given feature update. Now, Fortin says, users control when updates are installed. He says Windows will alert users to the availabilty of a feature update, but the user must actively choose to install it. Users can also pause monthly and feature updates for up to 35 days, seven days at a time. Active Hours has also been overhauled to better detect when is a good time to update. Finally, when a device approaches the end of its supported life, Windows will revert to its previous state of automatically installing updates. 

Other user-facing changes are few and far in between, because Microsoft says it's focusing on quality of updates over the quantity of features this time around. We're sure that users who lost data thanks to an October 2018 bug will be glad to hear that. New user-facing updates include Sandbox, a quick way to run untrusted executables in a virtual machine. Microsoft has also decoupled Cortana from Windows Search. Amusingly, Kaomoji get their own input space alongside emoji and other symbols. Once I update my PC, I'll be able to (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ like a pro.

Ben Funk

Sega nerd and guitar lover

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    • Prestige Worldwide
    • 1 year ago

    I should have known better than to install this update and expect my X-Fi to still work….

    edit: to any gerbils rocking an old X-Fi, here’s how I got it to work again:

    1. Install latest driver from creative – March 2019 for the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro I have
    > restores sound, but console launcher missing
    2. Install CSL_PCAPPBETA_LB_2_61_49
    > 8 year old package to restore the console launcher which is missing from the driver package ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    3. Enjoy using the same sound card as you were using 11 years ago…. because reasons

    • Hance
    • 1 year ago

    I have a great feature Microsoft can add. Stop breaking my home network every time an update is pushed out.

    • Taxythingy
    • 1 year ago

    🙁 Windows can’t be updated because Windows is not up to date enough.

      • anotherengineer
      • 1 year ago

      As per below

      [url<]HTTPS://WWW.MICROSOFT.COM/EN-CA/SOFTWARE-DOWNLOAD/WINDOWS10[/url<]

    • GrimDanfango
    • 1 year ago
      • anotherengineer
      • 1 year ago

      I thought LTSC was volume license only and therefore typically enterprise/education/large industry/etc.

      How do you have that on a home PC? MSDN account?

        • GrimDanfango
        • 1 year ago
          • anotherengineer
          • 1 year ago

          Well the company I work for does have VL and LTSC ver 1709. But I would not be able to get a key. I also thought if the key was a VLK that it would not work unless on the domain?

          So again, do you use a VLK on your home pc cause you’re a sys admin or something, or do you have an msdn account and use LTSC that way??

          Aside from that it makes sense, even Linux/Ununtu and others have LTS versions.

          It would be nice if Pro was more like LTSC. I think education version is though?

            • GrimDanfango
            • 1 year ago

            Okay, I assume the implications are obvious enough to you, so I’ve redacted my comments.
            I regret that they won’t offer what I consider to be the most usable version of their OS for general sale, leaving me either to “game” around their distribution, accept that my only sanctioned option is to accept an aggressively intrusive OS that forces mandatory feature updates, or abandon the ecosystem I’ve supported for decades and move to Linux. But discussion of such things is clearly beyond what I should be doing on a public tech forum.
            My mistake. I’ll shut up about it.

            • anotherengineer
            • 1 year ago

            lol sorry.

            I was wondering if there was a way around, because I want LTSC also. And I do agree with your statements.

            MS should just put it out to general public and slap the ‘gaming’ moniker on it and charge double the price (over home ed.) and it would sell.

            I don’t know where you are on the globe, but there was an offer here (N.A.) for students to upgrade from home to education ed for something like $40? Maybe I should just enroll part-time for 1 class or something lol

            edit free
            [url<]https://onthehub.com//microsoft-windows-10-education-for-students/?utm_source=ms-student-page&utm_medium=microsoft-site&utm_campaign=windows10[/url<]

            • GrimDanfango
            • 1 year ago

            Agreed, I would gladly pay good money for a private/small-business version of Win 10 with the mandatory upgrades and copious data-mining removed. As I did in the past with the 5x copies of Windows 7 I bought over the years.
            That appears to be the last thing they want to offer anyone however. Croud-sourced QA and data mining are apparently worth enough to them to provide no option to pay them even significant sums for a version without them.

            I’m in the UK, no idea whether the deal applies over here. The education edition does sound like the most appealing potentially-legitimate alternative, but it’s really the forced biannual upgrade cycle that niggles me the most (which I understand it would still be subject to), not least because it means I have to spend time every six months discovering which privacy settings they overrode this time.

            As ever, I’m sure the education scheme could be gamed easily enough, just as the “assistive technologies” offer left the door wide open after the initial free upgrade offer expired. I’ve long suspected Microsoft are just happy to get Windows 10 onto as many computers as possible, and are quite happy to allow people to sidestep the formality of actually paying for it.
            …unless it’s the LTSC 🙂

            • anotherengineer
            • 1 year ago

            Indeed, I have pro, at least updates have more control than home, but it is disappointing it’s not like LTSC. I think all versions should be like that except home editions.

            So much for a lean mean working machine OS for people that want/need it.

            edit – on pro, I was on 1709 and kept that version until it wasn’t supported anymore. Just upgraded (via patch/dl) a few weeks ago. I will probably wait another 2-3 months for 1903 to mature, then do a secure erase and fresh install of 1903 and just push SP updates until it’s no longer supported.

            It does solve the 6 months SP update issue, but still comes with candy crush and other crap though, uninstalling that and running O&O shut up is about the best I can do with pro.

            #bring back win 2k pro#

            • GrimDanfango
            • 1 year ago

            My biggest issue with “pushing” upgrades is that it requires me to babysit Windows Update to make sure it doesn’t do anything stupid.

            I *want* to just leave automatic updates enabled. I hate having to actively manage my OS – I have work to get on with (and games to play :-).
            – I just want it to exclusively deliver just the updates I want it to – security patches and bug fixes.
            LTSC is pretty much the ideal, because of the specific promise that they’ll never deliver a feature upgrade to it – Windows Update can actually be left set to automatic, largely without the risk that MS will a) break the OS, and b) override my privacy settings/introduce new ones with invasive defaults.

    • gmskking
    • 1 year ago

    Tried installing multiple times on different PC’s and it failed everytime.

      • curtisb
      • 1 year ago

      [quote<]Try this. Delete the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\BattlEye\ Then try the upgrade. If it's successful, then restore that folder. The BattlEye and Easy Anti Cheat that some games use has been known to block 1903 and the latest Insider builds lately. It's supposedly fixed with the latest version of BattlEye, but that requires that the game includes that version as an update first. I had to do this on two machines; one going to 1903, and one going to the latest Skip Ahead build. Upgrader beware: It's been known that the old version of both programs can/will cause a GSOD on 1903 and beyond.[/quote<]

        • GrimDanfango
        • 1 year ago

        [quote<]GSOD[/quote<] Do they come in multiple colours now?!

          • curtisb
          • 1 year ago

          Sorry, I should’ve added both. It’s blue (BSOD) on official builds and green (GSOD) on Insider builds.

    • odizzido
    • 1 year ago

    [quote<] the world's most popular desktop OS. [/quote<] Popular: adjective regarded with favor, approval, or affection by people in general Most used perhaps....but popular? I am doubting that.

      • ronch
      • 1 year ago

      According to Merriam Webster, it could also mean “accepted, followed, used, or done by many people.” So the key word here is ‘used.’

    • albundy
    • 1 year ago

    the first rule of windows 10 updates is to never talk about windows 10 updates.

    • Chrispy_
    • 1 year ago

    I’ve installed on a sacrificial laptop (real physical hardware rather a VM) at work, but haven’t had time to play with it yet.

    Honestly, the [i<]quality[/i<] of Windows 10 has been absolutely terrible of late. I just hope that decoupling Cortana from Windows Search helps some of the flakiness. No matter what the source of the machine I encounter, a functional Start Menu really should be appearing more frequently than 3-in-4 machines. I know that's a superficial issue that isn't too difficult to repair, but after FOUR GODDAMN YEARS, the [i<]cornerstone[/i<] of the entire windows experience is still broken for a non-trivial, seemingly double-digit percentage of Microsoft's install base. Perhaps it's better in the US where Cortana isn't loathed and locked-down for its [i<]American[/i<]-ness but the instant you tell Cortana she can't have automatic, unrestricted access to do what she wants at all times, the entire OS basically gives up and needs manual repair :\

      • sweatshopking
      • 1 year ago

      Which market you in? I’m in Canada and don’t have issues with start or cortana generally. Device drivers and windows store? OneDrive? Onenote syncing? Those are another…

        • Chrispy_
        • 1 year ago

        Europe. I’ve seen broken start menus on Enterprise, Pro and Home editions where the source of the OS varies from Windows 7 free upgrades, to clean installs of 1809 and even OEM installs of W10 on HP and Asus laptops.

        I think the issue is largely with European users distrust of Microsoft Accounts. Almost all of the issues I’ve seen have been on machines with local accounts or domain accounts, and that correlates with the fact that many of the web search results you’ll find to fix common start menu failures in Windows 10 involve CurrentVersion\CloudStore registry edits (or some kind of wider-coverage solution that effectively resets this as part of the process).

        Windows 10 doesn’t really work well unless you do everything the Microsoft way with their online account. You want to run a local user or local domain account? Then all of that stuff that was built from the ground up by Microsoft to talk to their cloud is going to fail in some way at some point.

        As an enterprise admin I’m still staggered by the number of problems our various Windows 10 devices experience. I’m using third party tools and scripts to fix most of them but it’s insane how little bug-testing and QC Microsoft seem to be doing for companies using non-cloud accounts (ie, their own hosted domain controllers, and not Azure ActiveDirectory), and by extension home/consumer customers using an offline account.

          • anotherengineer
          • 1 year ago

          Wow brutal

          So you’re saying if home users use an online account instead of an offline account there will probably be less issues?

          That seems a bit ludicrous. What about machines with no internet connection?

            • Concupiscence
            • 1 year ago

            I get the feeling that use case is increasingly looked upon as non-existent.

            • ermo
            • 1 year ago

            Which is weird, because it’s all I personally use. So there’s at least one user with that specific use case.

            Mostly because I need local file sharing to work against Linux and mac boxes on my local network and prefer to do it with local accounts.

            I’m guessing MS is betting / counting on home users and small business to move away from local workgroup set ups and onto cloud-based user/data sync options, because that allows MS an on-ramp for monetising storage and service needs in their hosted Azure cloud.

          • Ikepuska
          • 1 year ago

          That’s really really strange, because in the US market where I work, every single version of Enterprise I’ve touched was in a domain, and many were on-prem rather than azure, and I can’t recall any significant number having that problem. Some of the organizations ripped out the windows store, some others didn’t but there was no real difference between the two.

          • curtisb
          • 1 year ago

          I’m in the US, but I don’t use a Microsoft Account on my Windows 10 installs (home or work) and don’t experience the issues you’re describing. They know about the stability/performance problems with the Start Menu, and starting with 1903 it’s separated into a StartMenuExperienceHost.exe process instead of being included with the ShellExperienceHost.exe process. The Start Menu experience is much better.

          I would venture to say that some of your problems [i<]may[/i<] actually be caused by the third party scripts and utilities that you're using to "fix" things. I did very little on our Enterprise builds outside of removing what built-in apps it would allow to be removed and a few customization settings (custom default wallpaper and lock screen, color theme, and turning things off like the Consumer Experience). We also didn't use Azure AD, but that was in process so that we could use the Store for Education to display a list of approved Store apps for the environment. I used past tense in the previous sentence because I recently left that job. When I do builds to capture the image for SCCM, I do them in a VM with the network set to Not Connected. This prevents the built-in apps from updating before you attempt to remove them...letting them update can/will cause sysprep to fail. That's been an issue since Windows 8/8.1. It does seem that they are (finally) focusing on features for enterprise deployment though. I just wish they wouldn't make the customization so difficult. takeown.exe shouldn't be required just to replace the default wallpaper (not set a forced one, just replace the default img0.jpg).

            • Chrispy_
            • 1 year ago

            [quote<]I would venture to say that some of your problems may actually be caused by the third party scripts and utilities that you're using to "fix" things.[/quote<] I don't think I'm getting my point across adquately. I'm the one fixing the Start Menu problems (easily) on machines that either have never been touched by me before, never been logged into by a human being before (clean install from ISO/OEM factory image), or a new build that is being prepped for cloning/SCCM/PDQ and has developed a Start Menu problem before I've even finished building and rearming the image. When I say script, I mean automated application of simple registry fixes, or even dumber than that, AD logon scripts that simply Stop Cortana services, uninstall the Windows Store, reinstall the Windows Store, and then reboot.

            • Ifalna
            • 1 year ago

            There is a very easy fix for the start menu:

            Classic Shell.

            The new menu is a mess indeed.

            • Chrispy_
            • 1 year ago

            I’ve dabbled with Classic Shell since Windows 8 came out and it was born of necessity, but for the vast majority of machines with failed Windows 10 Start Menus, I can’t replace Microsoft’s broken menu with a functional thirdy-party one; They’re not my personal machines – they need to run Windows 10 as a stock experience and I don’t get a say in the matter.

      • anotherengineer
      • 1 year ago

      It’s too bad steam wouldn’t put a decent effort into their linux distro. If they did they might actually have something to compete with windows and be able to actually charge for it.

      I think without any direct competition windows won’t change.

      Has anyone tried the Chinese edition?

      • DoomGuy64
      • 1 year ago

      Which is why I use Open Shell. Both Cortana and apps are an abomination that ruined the quality of the older start menus. You basically are required to use the search bar to find applications in the new menu because of how it’s designed, and that’s not acceptable in my book.

      Hell, most of the useful control panel options are split between the metro UI and classic, making finding things a chore.

      IMO, we not only need open shell, but an open control panel as well. I already use Multicommander as my replacement explorer, as well as a few other tools like display fusion, so the control panel is the last UI element that needs replaced.

      Lol, once MS ruins the rest of the OS, then we’ll just have to wait for linux to fully emulate DirectX and replace the OS, but Microsoft has thought ahead of that and started infiltrating the open source community. So we can’t even have that.

    • BillyBuerger
    • 1 year ago

    Just downloaded from MSDN. The install.wim was kept under 4GB this time so it can be copied to a FAT32 USB drive for UEFI install. Unlike with 1809.

      • curtisb
      • 1 year ago

      You can do it with install.wim’s that are greater than 4GB…you just have to [url=https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/split-a-windows-image–wim–file-to-span-across-multiple-dvds<]extract the ISO and split the WIM file first[/url<]. It's a pain, but it can be done. The >4GB WIM images are a result of updates being added to the ISO after the initial release. This goes back as far as updated ISOs of Windows Server 2012 R2. I know the average user shouldn't be expected to do that, but the average user also isn't going to be downloading from MSDN or VLSC. 🙂 If only booting from exFAT had been baked into UEFI (I've made that statement twice today now).

        • BillyBuerger
        • 1 year ago

        Yeah, I looked at splitting the wim file before, but didn’t feel like or have the time to deal with that. Some other things I read said that it’s possible to boot UEFI off of NTFS but I don’t believe that worked on the Dell PCs that I usually am working with. And if splitting the wim file works, I don’t see why MS wouldn’t just do that by default.

    • arunphilip
    • 1 year ago

    [quote<]What to Expect When You're Expecting a New Way to Update Windows[/quote<] LOL. Also, it's worth dropping this link here: [url=https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/status-windows-10-1903<]Known issues with 1903[/url<] To me, the most striking one is: [quote<][b<]Error attempting to update with external USB device or memory card attached[/b<] If you have an external USB device or SD memory card attached when installing Windows 10, version 1903, you may get an error message stating "This PC can't be upgraded to Windows 10." This is caused by inappropriate drive reassignment during installation. [i<]Note[/i<] The drive reassignment is not limited to removable drives. Internal hard drives may also be affected. To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a hold on devices with an external USB device or SD memory card attached from being offered Windows 10, version 1903 until this issue is resolved.[/quote<]

      • K-L-Waster
      • 1 year ago

      And once again, the question of “who’s doing QA in Redmond?” rears it’s ugly head.

        • arunphilip
        • 1 year ago

        To me, that reads like a feature, not a bug: plug in USB storage to defer the upgrade.

        On a more serious note, I agree. This isn’t an esoteric use-case. And it cuts across all machine configurations.

          • rnalsation
          • 1 year ago

          The best part is all the garbage computers out there selling with the “Minimum” amount of storage of 32GB (big fing joke from Microsoft there) that can’t upgrade because they require external storage to do so.

        • willmore
        • 1 year ago

        If you have to ask who’s doing QA, you are.

        • Wirko
        • 1 year ago

        It’s called Cloud QA. Cloud = other people’s computers.

      • TwistedKestrel
      • 1 year ago

      “This PC can’t be upgraded to Windows 10” in my case was caused by an older version of Battleye anti-cheat. Actually figuring that out was a bit of a head scratcher… I don’t see why this message can’t be a little more informative, as the installer definitely knows exactly what the problem is (ended up finding the answer in an installer-generated XML file)

        • tanker27
        • 1 year ago

        what the hell is Battle-eye??? I also had this issue.

          • Chrispy_
          • 1 year ago

          Epic Games Store.

            • LostCat
            • 1 year ago

            …has nothing to do with it, but Fortnite does use it.

      • odizzido
      • 1 year ago

      That’s really pathetic that something like that could get through…

    • FuturePastNow
    • 1 year ago

    This increases the minimum system requirements for 10 to 32GB of storage. RIP cheap streambooks.

      • Mr Bill
      • 1 year ago

      It’s the Emoj’ing technology…

      MS has always been the driver for faster CPU, more resolution, more memory, more storage.

      I’ll see myself out.

    • JonnyFM
    • 1 year ago

    Will we ever return to the days where I could see what updates were available and choose which to apply?

    • anotherengineer
    • 1 year ago

    “the May 2019 update for Windows 10, also known as version 1903”

    I would say

    the May 2019 update for Windows 10, also known as version 1905, or version 1903 that was 2 months late.

    Actually wasn’t only version 1507 and 1511 inline with the dates.

    Ah MS, can make a full featured OS, but can’t stick to their own naming date/version scheme.

      • derFunkenstein
      • 1 year ago

      Say what you want, I guess.

        • anotherengineer
        • 1 year ago

        Never said it was bad, just makes things a bit more confusing.

          • derFunkenstein
          • 1 year ago

          And that’s why I just stick with what Microsoft calls it. I let them be confusing, no reason for me to do it too. 😆

      • K-L-Waster
      • 1 year ago

      I don’t have a problem with the build number remaining the date it was compiled rather than the date someone decided to [s<]inflict it on[/s<] release it to the public.

      • willmore
      • 1 year ago

      Competent software development shops name releases by target date.

    • EzioAs
    • 1 year ago

    Already have it installed and running on my desktop. No issues so far. I really like the Light theme and hope that by separating the Start menu to a different service will make it less buggy.

    I will install on my laptop later when I have the time because feature update on that machine will usually take 3-4 hours 🙁

    P.S. The new Game Bar (updated through the Store) also receive some noteworthy improvements. It now starts faster and also comes with CPU, GPU and RAM monitoring functions.

    • sconesy
    • 1 year ago

    Not your typical video spokesperson.

    • sweatshopking
    • 1 year ago

    FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE UPDATE BUT THEIR PC ISN’T GIVING IT YET DOWNLOAD THE UPDATE TOOL: [url<]https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/software-download/windows10[/url<]

      • bytehead
      • 1 year ago

      My system has been all screwed up, with “Windows Update Assistant can’t run on Windows” errors for awhile, and it keeps saying that the current update won’t work because of certain hardware. Really?

      I’m trying your upgrade link to see if that will fix everything now. :/

        • curtisb
        • 1 year ago

        Try this. Delete the following folder:

        C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\BattlEye\

        Then try the upgrade. If it’s successful, then restore that folder. The BattlEye and Easy Anti Cheat that some games use has been known to block 1903 and the latest Insider builds lately. It’s supposedly fixed with the latest version of BattlEye, but that requires that the game includes that version as an update first.

        I had to do this on two machines; one going to 1903, and one going to the latest Skip Ahead build.

        Upgrader beware: It’s been known that the old version of both programs can/will cause a GSOD on 1903 and beyond.

          • bytehead
          • 1 year ago

          Microsoft FINALLY linked to a page from that error message that said that I had USB drives and SD cards that were preventing the update. So, I tried to remove them safely, but of course, Windows was using EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM!, so I just yanked all of them. Then I retried, and it worked! Now, I don’t know what’s going to happen when I start plugging them back in, but we’ll find out.

          • Ifalna
          • 1 year ago

          Yeah that battleye crap stalled the update 1809 and 1903 for my friend.
          After I got rid of it everything went smooth as silk. 😀

          I would NOT restore the folder though. 1903s security functions will deny the software access and that can result in freeze-ups and bluescreens. Which is the entire reason why MS denies you the upgrade in the first place.

          You need an update for the specific game in order to get it functioning properly. If you know that you have a game that needs it, I would postpone upgrading windows until they release a patch or you might not be able to play after the upgrade.

      • Zizy
      • 1 year ago

      I fixed your link:

      [url<]HTTPS://WWW.MICROSOFT.COM/EN-CA/SOFTWARE-DOWNLOAD/WINDOWS10[/url<]

        • sweatshopking
        • 1 year ago

        THANKS BRAH

        • arunphilip
        • 1 year ago

        Not all heroes wear capes, some wear Caps Lock.

          • derFunkenstein
          • 1 year ago

          Dunno about Zizy, but SSK is on record stating he does all-caps the old-school way, by holding the shift key.

      • anotherengineer
      • 1 year ago

      the proper way to do it

      FORMAT AND FRESH INSTALL!!!!!!

        • confusedpenguin
        • 1 year ago

        That’s what I’m doing right now. Waiting on the 1803 update to download, then updating again. Final step will be NVidia drivers, Sound Blaster ZxR driver, and Samsung Magician. Then onto downloading my steam library.

          • anotherengineer
          • 1 year ago

          Do you mean 1903?

          Is your ssd an M.2? Can samy magi secure erase it?

          I have a 960 evo m.2 and i have always run the ms driver and not the samy driver.

          edit – steam library, you don’t have that on a separate drive?

    • Krogoth
    • 1 year ago

    [quote<]Once I update my PC, I'll be able to (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ like a pro.[/quote<] We are all auxys now.....

      • Firestarter
      • 1 year ago

      ┴┬┴┤( ͡° ͜ʖ├┬┴┬

        • Krogoth
        • 1 year ago

        W( ^ O ^ )W

        • shaq_mobile
        • 1 year ago

        Oh man you guys are so good at that

      • LostCat
      • 1 year ago

      I mean I don’t even get it. Smoke weed?

        • Wirko
        • 1 year ago

        Yes. Rotate the writing and you will find the letters T h C hiding in it.

        • curtisb
        • 1 year ago

        [url<]https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=%28%E2%95%AF%C2%B0%E2%96%A1%C2%B0%EF%BC%89%E2%95%AF%EF%B8%B5%20%E2%94%BB%E2%94%81%E2%94%BB%29[/url<]

      • derFunkenstein
      • 1 year ago

      I wanted to make that joke but left it for someone else.

      • ClickClick5
      • 1 year ago

      Logged back in to thumb up ya. EXACTLY what I was thinking lol

      • EzioAs
      • 1 year ago

      Wouldn’t have it any other way o(* ̄▽ ̄*)ブ

    • Neutronbeam
    • 1 year ago

    Will we get an update to this story?

      • tanker27
      • 1 year ago

      Probably not, but should an update happen I will update you by updating this thread.

    • adampk17
    • 1 year ago

    No updates available for me and no option to install the May 2019 update either.

    Available Now* 🙂

    • Redocbew
    • 1 year ago

    Hopefully no one gets stuck in limbo this time.

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