Microsoft is expected to begin rolling out Windows 10 May 2019
Update to compatible devices in a week or two. To prepare their
devices for Microsoft’s new update, GPU and CPU manufacturers
are rolling out new compatible drivers.
After Intel and Nvidia, AMD has now also released new graphics
drivers that add support for Windows 10 May 2019 Update. AMD
Radeon 19.5.1 driver is what you should install if you’re
planning to upgrade your AMD PC to Windows 10 version 1903.
In the release notes, AMD
says Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition also adds
support for RAGE 2 and instruction tracing for Radeon GPU
Profiler 1.5.X. The update also includes tons of bug fixes and
A bug where the performance metrics overlay may
experience intermittent flicker has been addressed. This
problem was experienced when the user played protected content
with this feature enabled.
AMD is also addressing a bug that causes DOOM to hang
during launch on AMD XConnect Technology system configurations.
Another bug has been addressed where the Radeon software
installation doesn’t work or get stuck at 33% if you install it
on AMD Radeon HD 7970 system configurations.
Radeon RX Vega series graphics products may experience higher
than expected memory clocks at idle or desktop with
multi-display system configurations.
Stuttering or frame drop issues where playing DivX interlaced
content in the Movies & TV app has been also fixed. The update
also addresses the intermittent authentication issues and
an update of the AMD Link application is also required.
You can download Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition
19.5.1 driver via the Radeon Settings app on Windows.
May 2019 Update is around the corners
Windows 10 version 1903 is also projected to begin rolling out
for all users by the end of May 2019. The update has already
reached the RTM and it is already available to Release Preview