Microsoft Announces Next Major Update for Windows 10

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Microsoft has unveiled what we should expect from the updates for Windows 10, codenamed 19H2, which will improve efficiency and overall tweaks, as we anticipated, rather than add any fresh headline-grabbing features.

While some people may find that disappointing, the move is reasonable.

For a while now, Microsoft has released 2 significant updates to Windows 10 every year – Windows 10 May 2019 Update (19H1) has only recently arrived – and every new update has added lots of fresh functionality, but also a major bug or two.

It seems like a good idea for Microsoft to take a little breather and concentrate on how to get Windows 10 working and solving problems.

Easy upgrade

According to Microsoft, Windows 10 19H2 will focus on enhancing efficiency and enhancing overall quality and adding enterprise flexibility.

The update will exist for about 30 months and we expect to have several more Windows 10 updates published by Microsoft.

The Windows 10 19H2 update process will also be simplified by Microsoft.

The 19H2 update is similar to a regular monthly update that suggests it downloads and installs in the background for computer systems running Windows 10 May 2019 Update.

The basic principle is to reduce user interruption in the installation process. This update is released for the Windows 10 19H2 Build 18362,10000 Insiders (people who signed up to try out early versions of Windows 10 updates).

Microsoft believes the latest update uses “Controlled Feature Rollout” (CFR) as the technique by gradually increasing the audience in a controlled manner to progressively deploy new features.

This will hopefully render future updates to Windows 10 fast and efficiently.

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Anirudh Muley
Anirudh Muley
Anirudh is the Editor in Chief and Main Writer at Clickdotme. He does not like describing himself in the third-person and had a hard time coming up with these two sentences!
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