Windows 10: Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June

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    Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June


    Windows 10’s May 2020 Update, also known as 20H1, is expected to begin rolling out between May 26 and May 28. Windows 10’s second update in 2020 could be a minor affair and it wouldn’t introduce any major changes or new features. It would be another low-key upgrade, similar to November 2019 Update, which was released in the second half of 2019.

    This hasn’t been announced by Microsoft yet, but a blog post from the company has accidentally revealed Windows 10’s future update details.

    After May 2020 Update, the next real feature update will debut in the first half of next year and it will be codenamed Windows 10 21H1 or Iron (Fe).

    In the blog post for Windows Subsystem for Linux, Microsoft has confirmed that the next feature update is codenamed “Iron” and it will be moved to the development branch (Fast Ring) in June.

    Currently, Windows Insiders are testing Windows 10 Manganese (20H2), which is a minor update scheduled to release in the second half of this year.

    Windows 10 21H1, also known as Windows 10 Iron (Fe), is likely to be the first big update in 2021 and it might come with Start menu improvements, which were recently teased by Panos Panay

    “The Fast ring is currently on our Manganese (Mn) OS branch. We expect the Fast ring to switch over to our Iron (Fe) branch toward the later part of June which will expose this new functionality to Insiders,” Microsoft noted in a now-edited blog post, which we noticed today after a user tipped us.

    The unedited version can be accessed via Google Cache or Web Archive.

    Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June Windows-10-21H1.jpg

    The blog post also confirmed that Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring are currently testing Windows 10 20H2 (Manganese) update, which would mean that any new features being introduced now could ship with Windows 10 20H2.

    In June, Microsoft will begin shipping preview builds of Windows 10 21H1 and Insiders in the Fast Ring should be able to test them.

    Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June Live-tiles.gif

    Windows 10 21H1 is expected to be a big release with multiple new features and cosmetic changes.

    In a Windows Insider podcast, Microsoft recently teased a new Windows Start menu that de-emphasizes the colourful Live Tiles for a simpler-looking interface with icons.

    Thanks, Divi for the tip!

    The post Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June appeared first on Windows Latest

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  2. OSdevr Win User

    Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Available Today

    Oh dear they're still pushing that. I STILL don't like the metro tiles and stuff!
     
    OSdevr, May 22, 2020
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  3. DirectX June Update

    Microsoft has released an updated version of DirectX for June, although it isn’t clear whether the update is just for DirectX 9.0c or for DirectX 10 on Vista as well. Regardless of this, it is still recommended that Vista users update their systems because Vista will benefit from any DirectX 9.0c fixes when playing DirectX 9 games. The web installer is only for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions), whilst the redistributable version will also work with Vista. The download links are listed below:
    • Web installer for Windows 2000, XP and 2003: download [44KB - 41.4MB]
    • Redistributable installer for Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista: download [53.6MB]
     
    Jimmy 2004, May 22, 2020
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  4. desennium Win User

    Microsoft to begin testing Windows 10 21H1 update in June

    Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Available Today

    Microsoft released Windows 10, code named "Threshold 1," a little over two years ago. As of May of this year, there were approximately 500 million Windows 10 devices worldwide. Originally, Microsoft predicted that Windows 10 would be installed on 1 billion devices by mid-2018. When released, Windows 10 gained huge adoption from those running Windows 7 from the "free-upgrade program" which lasted one year.

    Since then however, installations have slowly declined and in July of last year, Microsoft admitted that they would miss their projected goal of 1 billion devices. Since its release, Windows 10 has had three major update releases with "Threshold 2," in 2015, "Anniversary Update," in 2016, "Creators Update" in April of this year and today marks the release of Microsoft's fourth major feature update to its operating system, dubbed "Fall Creators Update," version 1709.


    Today's update brings about many new features including:
    • OneDrive On demand (formerly known as OneDrive Placeholders introduced in WIndows 8.1) a way to keep track of your files stored on OneDrive from any of your devices without having to store them locally.
    • 'My People' Hub Integration makes it easier to stay in touch with people right from the taskbar
    • Story Remix gives you to the tools and the power to create content from your photos and videos to make memorable stories
    • Windows Mixed Reality brings a new generation of augmented reality where the real world meets the digital one.
    • Fluent Design System is Microsoft's new design that will take place over the next few years with each feature update. Microsoft intends to make all products and devices one user interface and it begins with the Fall Creators Update.

    Furthermore, Microsoft has made changes and brings privacy enhancements with today's update. The Fall Creators Update gives users more control of what information is being collected. Users will be greeted with the Privacy Statement on the setup process to get an idea of what information that entails. Microsoft is also adding two game anti-cheating systems, called TruePlay and Game Monitor, to address the problem of cheating similarly to what VAC (Valve Anti-Cheating) does for Steam.

    The Fall Creators Update is available today but will be rolled out in stages as usual. Newer devices most compatible with Windows 10 will receive the update first. The rollout will take several months before everyone is updated. However, if you don't see today's update you can use the Update Assistant Tool to manually update now, here.

    Source: Microsoft
     
    desennium, May 22, 2020
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