For the Windows team, the development task for 2020 has been completed, after all, the May Update Official Release (Build 19041) is being pushed in bulk, and the 20H2 is the second half of the update is only the Service Pack level, not many bright spots, reference last year, and even directly iterating for Build 19042 finish.
According tomedia reports, the Windows team is nervously testing the new preview system Build 20141 for Windows 10/10X, which is likely to be a Build for 21H1, starting as soon as next week for fast-track Insider members.
As of the time of writing, the latest version of the fast track is Build 19645, and the changes in functionality have been stopped for a long time, focusing mainly on bug fixes, improved stability, etc., but also part of the mn_release branch.
Considering the Windows 10X ticket jump, 21H1 should incorporate many Win10X features at the UI and functional levels, and it’s worth looking forward to.
Of course, if you want to try it out for the first time, you’ll need to sign up for membership and apply for the Fast Ring channel.