There is an amazing deal available now, where you can buy the Windows 10 Pro licence for just £39.99 - down from its RRP of £219.99 from the Microsoft Store. This includes an unlimited lifetime licence for one PC, with the offer lasting until the end of June.
As reported by our colleagues at PC-Welt in Germany, this is primarily due to a number of issues with the latest version of the software. Indeed, according to the official Microsoft website there are a total of 11 issues associated with the May update at the time of writing.
These include audio driver errors, difficulty connecting to multiple Bluetooth devices and problems with Thunderbolt ports. As a result, you may see a message saying 'your device isn't quite ready for it' when trying to download.
This should not cause alarm to anyone who has already upgraded, as Microsoft has begun the rollout with devices it thinks will be least affected. The company is usually quick to release patches of any known issues, while throttling up the availability in this way ensures the servers aren't overwhelmed.
When will my device get the Windows 10 May update?
It's impossible to say for sure, but we wouldn't expect Microsoft to extend full rollout beyond the end of June. This is especially true considering Windows 10 security patches are released every month, so we'd be surprised if this leads to significant further delays.
For more information, it's worth checking the Windows Update Twitter page.
Here's all you need to know about the Windows 10 May 2020 update.