The Coronavirus and the obligation to work from home has not blocked the work at Microsoft: the developers are busy on the next updates to be released for Windows 10. The first core update of 2020 has been available for just over a week, a rather substantial update that has brought many new features, both in terms of functionality and software. The Redmond company is still working to fix some user-reported issues, but in the coming weeks the Windows 10 May Update should be available for everyone.
Microsoft has already set the next deadlines: in November the second core update of the year will arrive, codenamed Manganese and which should mostly be a service pack, that is an update designed to improve the stability of the operating system. Different, however, the speech for Windows 10 21H1, that is the update expected in May 2021. Microsoft is already working on this update and by the first half of June it should be officially released on the Fast Ring, the Windows 10 beta version where Insiders preview new versions of the operating system.
What's new in Windows 10 for 2021
Il code name chosen for Windows 10 21H1 è Iron and will represent a turning point for the operating system. It is still too early to know all the news that the developers are working on, but it is almost certain that there will be a strong one change in the operating system user interface. Microsoft is working to make interaction between users and Windows 10 easier and more immediate, simplifying the Start menu and searching for installed programs and applications.
To find out the other news on which the Redmond company is working, we will have to wait a couple of more weeks: for the middle of June it is expected the arrival of Windows 10 21H1 on the Fast Ring, the circuit reserved for Insiders who preview the new features of the operating system. A necessary step to understand any problems and bugs and solve them before the official debut, scheduled for May 2021.
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