Microsoft Windows 10 will have a new version 21H1 soon. It is hoped that the upgrade will set a major Windows 10 shift. The update, scheduled to arrive later this year, follows the company’s regular pattern of releasing two major updates every year. There was another one done in October 2020.
Everyone still running Windows 7 can still download Windows 10 free to get the latest updates. There is a hint that the small update coming soon may be the stepping stone to a larger update coming later to Windows 10 UI. This is codenamed Sun Valley.
Windows 10 version 21H1 will arrive sometime in April or May. It is not going to be an overhaul of the user interface of Windows 10. But they will be new and exciting features that will come for those who are eager to have them.
The new Windows 10 21H1 features will include multicamera support for Windows Hello, and users will be able to choose an external camera when they use the new displays with integrated cameras.
There will also be an improvement to Windows Defender Application Guard. There will also be a speeding up of document opening scenario times.
Improvement will come to Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Group Policy Service (GPSVC) updating, to support remote.
Microsoft is paying attention to how to make life and work easier for users. A statement from the team said these new releases are coming because they are focused on the core experiences that customers have told them they are relying on at this moment. The company said this release will support Microsoft customers’ most pressing needs.
Other tech websites also added that the new update will include new icons, updated settings pages, and some tweaks will come to Cortana and the search box will get a new look and feel. By May/June this year, users worldwide should be able to download these updates.