Microsoft has finalized the Windows 10 Version 2004 (20H1) version in December 2019 and has shifted its focus to the 20H2 update for the second half of the year, the report said. Although no new features have been added, users can still expect some good improvements in 20H1. As the first update in 2020, it brings cloud resets, new Cortana experiences, new Windows search algorithms, and more.
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Elsewhere, Windows 10 allows users to turn some optional features on or off through the Settings app. Many of them are not suitable for the general consumer, but some are suitable for all users.
In Windows 10 Version 2004, Microsoft plans to include apps such as drawing and writing pads on the Optional Features page to help reduce the use of disk space. If you don’t need some features, you can delete or disable them directly here.
In addition, in the next major feature update, Microsoft will adjust the Optional Features experience so that it can select and install multiple optional features at the same time. You can now search the list for specific features, sort them, and display the date of the last installation.
(Mouse cursor settings)
In 20H1, the user can find the mouse’s cursor settings option s — just “Set up – device – mouse” three steps to adjust the speed of the cursor without opening the control panel and skipping multiple pages.
(Network status settings page)
Microsoft is also modifying the Network and Internet status page in Settings to display active connections, data usage, and quick lyviewing information such as activity and Internet connection properties.
Users can see on the feature home page that the network is using a lot of data, but before that, Windows 10 buried Data Usage in a dedicated page in Settings.
(Networked throttle settings for the Store and Windows Update)
A new feature in Windows Update allows users to set exact download rates for Windows Store and Windows Update. The new setting supports the exact rate units of Mbps and is designed to limit background bandwidth usage for both.
For example, if your total exit bandwidth is only 100 Mbps, you can reserve a slightly smaller 20Mbps threshold for the Store or Windows Update to leave the remaining 80 Mbps bandwidth to more important applications or web browsing.
Finally, if you change the user account picture in Windows, it will quickly refresh simultaneously on Windows 10, the application, and the Microsoft Web. Users who need it can search for Account Information in Settings and then assign a new picture to them.