Microsoft started developing Windows 10 19H2

Microsoft started developing Windows 10 19H2

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DOWNLOADWith the upcoming release of the spring update Windows 10 19H1 (1903), Microsoft will start developing the second major system update in 2019 and is already preparing the first build of Windows 10 19H2.

The Windows 10 19H1 version is in the final stages of development, and a Bug Bash event is scheduled for the end of January to identify problems and bugs in the update.

According to the latest insider information, Microsoft has started internal testing of the first build of the Windows 10 19H2 update.

WZor tweets that the company has already built the first build of the 19H2 update. Windows 10 19H2 Build 18823 has already appeared in the new BuildFeed service from Wzor, but the release date of the assembly is still unknown.

Since the version of Windows 10 19H1 (Spring Update 2019) should become publicly available in April 2019, it is logical that the technology giant will pay more attention to assemblies 19H1. It is likely that the first 19H2 assemblies will be offered only to members of the Windows Insider program who chose the content type Skip Ahead. This allows insiders to move on to the next versions before anyone else.

Windows 10 version 19H2 should be released in October 2019. Since the development of Windows 10 19H2 has just begun, we will not see new features and major improvements in the first few builds of this update.

Without official confirmation

Microsoft does not officially endorse plans to release 19H2 builds before the official release of Windows 10 19H1, although the likelihood of this is very high.

Upgrading Windows 10 19H1 improves the interface and improves overall system performance. It is expected that Windows 10 19H2 can bring major changes. The long-awaited Sets tabs interface may appear in Windows 10 this fall.

The Sets feature replaces the traditional one-window application in Windows 10 with a more productive interface, reminiscent of a tabbed browser. When the Sets function initially debuted in the Insider Preview assemblies, users could use several applications at once, for example, Calendar, Edge and Mail, in one window. Tabs are also expected to be available in Windows Explorer and in classic applications.

The release of Windows 10 19H1 is scheduled for April 2019, and the 19H2 update is due out in October 2019.