According to the latest rumors, Microsoft may be releasing the final version of Windows 10 2004 (Windows 10 20H1) this week, which will be released to all Windows 10 users in March or April after a high volume test by Windows 10 testers.
Zac Bowden tweeted that Microsoft hopes to launch the final version of Windows 10 2004 (Windows 10 20H1) by December 13 and then test it in a fast and slow loop until March/April next year to ensure the quality of the final version of Windows 10 2004 and eliminate as many bugs as possible. Interestingly, according to Microsoft’s Flight Hub, Windows insiders are now testing version 43 of Windows 10 2004. Before last year’s release of Windows 10 19H1, Windows testers tested a total of 33 versions.
Compared to the November 2019 update of Windows 10, Windows 10 2004 (Windows 10 20H1) offers more new features, including new and improved Cortana, updated File Explorer search, Windows Search improvements, The GPU temperature and disk types are displayed in Task Manager, along with the new cloud reset feature. Microsoft is also using this update to improve the tablet experience in Windows 10.