Microsoft will begin working properly on the next Windows 10 feature update in the coming weeks – which is expected to land in the second half of 2021. Testers will soon receive preview builds starting with the next Windows 10 feature update. In this case, you will see a huge jump in the build version numbers.
Microsoft is now internally testing Windows 10 Build 212xx, which is likely part of the Windows 10 21H2 update. Note that Insiders are currently receiving builds with version number 202xx. So this would be a jump of 1000 build numbers.
Windows 10 21H1 was originally the next big update for Windows 10 after the small update from October 2020 (20H2). However, rumor has it that the development plan is changing.
There is a possibility that Microsoft will skip Windows 10 21H1 and let tester jump onto the Windows 10 21H2 train. This is because Microsoft plans to release Windows 10X in the first half of 2021 and make room for the modular operating system. Windows 10 will only get one feature update next year.
We also don’t know when testers will get the bits from Windows 10X before its final launch in 2021.
Microsoft will be making changes to the Insider Test Channels in the next few weeks or even a month. The active development branch “RS_PRERELEASE” will see a big jump in the build numbers and users in the Fast Channel will receive the builds from a future Windows update.
For those who don’t know, RS_PRERELEASE is the active development branch where Microsoft developers implement their code changes into the operating system and new features appear first in these builds. Insiders are already getting builds from this branch through the Fast Channel (also known as the Fast Ring).
The Windows 10 October 2020 update, now available for download, is a minor service pack style affair with no significant improvements other than the themed tiles in the Start menu.
In contrast to the October 2020 update, we expect the next feature update (21H1 / 21H2) to offer a number of new features. For example, Microsoft is experimenting with WinUI improvements, and the tech giant is also exploring rounded corners for the Start menu and the taskbar search bar.
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