Microsoft is now finalizing the next major update to its proprietary Windows 10 operating system ahead of release. Microsoft has not yet announced an exact release date and there were all sorts of rumors circulating around the network, up to an early release in March.
Now Microsoft has settled on this issue. In the official documentation, a transparently defined release date for Windows 10 21H1 appeared – June 2021. This is noticeably later than the originally expected release in May.
Another interpretation of the note in the documentation cannot be ruled out – the announcement will take place in May, and the mass launch for a large number of users in June.
According to preliminary data, Windows 10 version 21H1 will be released as an update package and the innovations will be activated using a special key. Similarly, the October version of Windows 10 20H2 is distributed, resulting in the transition from Windows 10 May 2020 Update (OS version 2004) to Windows 10 October 2020 Update takes only a few minutes.
Like the October update, the new version of Windows 10 21H1 will bring improvements “under the hood”, little noticeable to ordinary users, improve the overall quality of the OS and fix bugs.