Windows 10 May 2019 Update: Requires 32GB Storage

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Windows 10 came up with a new update for May 2019 that is also called as Windows 10 version 1903. Microsoft have claimed that the minimum requirement for the storage should be 32GB for both 32-bits and 64 bits. Upto now, only 16GB for 32-bit and 20 GB for 64-bit was required for the Windows 10 updates. They have not yet revealed the reason of why they have made such changes.  Image result for windows 10

The new version of Windows 10 have not put up much difficulties for the users having device storage more than 32GB. In our latest technological world, most of the electronic devices are having storage more than 32GB. Even most of the smartphones have the minimum storage of 1Tb. There may be some problem occur for the users who used to update there software with storage less than 32GB. Either they have to increase their storage or they have to choose to deal with the outdated technologies.

Not only for storage, but there are also much limitations put for the RAM and Processors also for updating Windows 10 in various devices. There must be atleast 1GB RAM for 32 bit and 2GB RAM for 64 bit in order to update Windows 10. The device should have a 1GHz or faster processor or a SoC that is compatible with the x86 or x64 instruction set for Windows 10 updation. Also, the SoC should supports PAE, NX and SSE2, and support CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchW to install 64-bit Windows.

The Windows 10 May 2019 update is already available to be downloaded now. The user must have their own Windows 10 license for downloading it. The updated software is still being tested to solve if any problem occurs and to resolve the bugs for future.

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