Microsoft officially started rolling out the Windows 10 May 2020 Update last month, and the software giant said that they are taking a “measured approach” to gradually roll out the major release to all the compatible devices. To help users find out if their particular machine is compatible with the latest version, both Dell and Lenovo have shared a list of compatible systems that have been tested by the manufacturers with the Windows 10 May 2020 Update (via Deskmodder).
Lenovo users can head over to the official support page now, enter the serial number of their Lenovo PC in the search box, or use the “Select Your Product” button to see available support options. Alternatively, you can also use Ctrl+F to find if your computer is listed in the following product families: ThinkPad laptops, Lenovo Notebook/Ideapad, ThinkCentre+AIO, IdeaCentre+AIO, and ThinkStation. In addition, the company has also highlighted a couple of device-specific issues on this page, along with some workarounds to resolve those problems.
Dell owners who are interested to update their PCs can navigate to the company’s support page to check the compatible product groups and devices. Considering that some people may not know the exact model of their machine, Dell has provided some additional information to help them determine their PC model. All other Dell users can simply use the Ctrl+F command to directly jump to their model on the support page. Dell has listed a couple of product families as the main entry points including Alienware, Inspiron, XPS, Latitude, Optiplex, Precision Workstation, and Embedded Box PCs.
It is worth noting that your computer may still get the Windows 10 May 2020 Update even if it isn’t listed on these sites, and it’s just that the manufacturer hasn’t tested it yet. However, Dell stated that it won’t provide driver updates for machines that have not been tested. “If your device is not listed in the tables below, Dell is not testing the device and drivers will not be updated for that model,” the support page reads.