If you routinely sign into the VLSC portal at https://www.microsoft.com/vlsc to download Windows 10 media you may have noticed something interesting recently. Here’s a snapshot of Windows 10 1909 from mid-March:
And here’s another snapshot from today:
Notice the difference? Windows 10 version 1909 was updated. And if I would have captured an update during April, I would have seen “updated March 2020.” That means the media is being updated each month with the latest cumulative update integrated (just like MSDN has done for a while). At present this is only for the latest feature update, so when Windows 10 version 2004 comes out then the previous ones won’t be updated any more, but that’s still a big improvement.
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