Windows 10 20H1, also known as Version 2004, is in the final stages of development, and a new report says the RTM version is expected to arrive next month. According to Microsoft’s release schedule, Windows 10 20H1 is expected to arrive in the first half of next year (more specifically, spring / March to April) and push to production equipment a month later. By this summer, Microsoft had locked in the features of Windows 10 Version 2004, and RTM is expected to arrive in December 2019.
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Microsoft will use the next few months to conduct further testing of Windows 10 Version 2004 before pushing to high-volume devices to consolidate the reliability and stability of the official release.
The German website DeskModer gives the earliest date of December 17. But at a point in time (the week before Christmas), this is unlikely to happen.
After all, Microsoft needs more time to fix the bug after the user reports the bug (many engineers are on leave at the end of the year), so December 17 is more likely to be the date of the RTM version.
Of course, Microsoft has yet to announce the exact release date of Windows 10 20H1, unless it’s only a few weeks before “Everything is ready, only the east wind.”
If you’re interested in the new features and don’t want to wait, you might want to apply to become an Insider tester and open the Fast Ring channel.