The development of Windows 10 Version 2004, previously reported on this site, was completed in December last year, with no new features being added to the focus on BUG fixes, stability tuning, and performance optimization until the official release in April/May. The latest reliable sources say the Windows 10 20H2 feature update, which goes live next fall, will follow the 2019 release pace and remain a massive cumulative update like November 2019.
In 2020, Windows 10 Version 2004 (20H1) is considered a significant feature update that introduces many new features and improvements, while 20H2 is more like a cumulative update that primarily fixes various BUGS and adjusted desktop stability. It is not clear whether a major improvement update and an upgrade route for a fixed feature update will continue each year. But Microsoft said last year that it would closely monitor feedback from users.
Although there are not many other details, Windows 10 Build 19041 is considered a final candidate, and subsequent cumulative updates will be released on top of that release. It is important to note that Windows 10 Build 19041 has removed the preview watermark from the desktop, indicating that the update is nearing completion.
Microsoft has not commented on the Windows 10 Version 2004 “RTM” candidate version, and the 20H1 is sure to be further improved before it is officially released in the spring. After Windows 10 20H1, Microsoft is expected to launch Windows 10 20H2 in the second half of 2020, but it can be considered a cumulative update of the oversized size, as can be seen as Windows 10 Version 1909.