An Early Look at the Future of Windows 10

Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) is already here, sort of, as Microsoft has pulled it to a critical bug potentially deleting user files during upgrades.

And now that another feature update has been completed, Microsoft is getting ready to begin another chapter for Windows 10, with substantial changes currently on the radar.

Windows 10 19H1

First and foremost, it’s the next major release. Currently codenamed Windows 10 19H1, this OS feature update is already in the preview, and users who are part of the Windows Insider program can give it a try by enrolling in the Fast ring – Slow and Release Preview rings are still getting version 1809 builds in order to help Microsoft fix bugs in this update.

If Microsoft sticks with its existing naming approach, Windows 10 19H1 could hit the market as April 2019 Update and version 1903. The RTM build will be compiled in March and released to all devices as part of the same gradual rollout beginning.

No comments:

Post a Comment