Microsoft is testing the next major Windows 10 update

Microsoft is testing the next major Windows 10 update
According to network sources, Microsoft developers have started internal testing of the next functional update of the Windows 10 software platform. We are talking about version 21H2, which is known by the code name Cobalt and should become publicly available in the fall of next year.

Over the past few weeks, Microsoft has released several pre-builds of Windows 10 for users who participate in the insider program. However, all of them carry only General fixes and do not contain any new features or interface changes.

Recently, Microsoft releases updates for Windows 10 twice a year, and new features and significant changes are usually made along with the spring update, and in the fall, users receive a patch package that helps make the platform more stable. According to available data, the schedule will be changed next year, and a functional update to Windows 10 will be released in the fall. The Windows 10 21H1 spring update, which does not contain any new features, is already available for testing as part of the insider program.

As for the Windows 10 21H2 update, Microsoft continues to work on it, simultaneously conducting internal testing. We know about testing the Windows 10 build number 21264, which contains important changes and new features that will be available to regular OS users only in the fall of next year.

It is worth noting that Microsoft has not officially recognized the fact of working on the next major update. This is due to the fact that its development may take longer than originally planned.

As for the major Windows 10 21H2 update, little is known about it at the moment. It is expected that in addition to new features, it will bring a new user interface Sun Valley, the development of which became known earlier. However, even as part of the insider program, testing of Windows 10 21H2 will not begin until next year.
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