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Windows 10 21H1 and 21H2 What New?

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OUWA.orgWindows 10 21H1 and 21H2 What New? Microsoft under Satya Nadella focused primarily on the enterprise aspect of Microsoft’s business and profitability, but Nadella has finally confirmed that Microsoft is completely loyal to Windows 10 with the new updates of 21H1 and 21H2.


Over the past few years, Windows 10 itself has been focused on the business, and Microsoft is no longer releasing updates with cool features for Windows 10. But in fact, the most feature-rich updates known as the ‘Creators Update and Fall Creators Update’ were released in 2018.

Windows 10 has always been on a “Windows as a service” model and Microsoft has no plans to launch Windows 11, but the tech giant is reportedly working on a major design update for the operating system.

In this October, Microsoft released the last update of the year called “Windows 10 October 2020 Update ”. As you know, the 20H2 version is based on the 2004 version (May 2020 Update), which means 20H2 is just a slightly tweaked version of the first update this year and all the tweaks are related. Start Menu.

There are rumors that the Windows 10 operating system will have big changes, but we still have a few months to see those changes.

According to the reports and references found in preview builds, Microsoft is currently working on Windows 10 21H1, Windows 10X, and Windows 10 21H2 “Sun Valley” updates.

Windows 10 21H1

Windows 10 version 21H1, also known as the ‘Iron’ update, was originally supposed to be the first major update in spring 2021, but plans have been reported to change after Microsoft decides. focus on Windows 10X for single-screen devices.

Rumor has it that Microsoft will probably only release a feature update in 2021 to make way for Windows 10X, a modular version of Windows 10.

If this rumor is correct, we could see Windows 10X in the first half of 2021 and then Windows 10 21H1 / 21H2.

It’s also possible that Microsoft will choose to skip the 21H1 feature update and release an update with major UI improvements.

In the last week of October, Microsoft released its first test build from a new branch codenamed ‘Iron’ (Fe), but Microsoft officials are not yet ready to reveal whether will have Windows 10 21H1 release.

Windows 10 21H1 feature update cannot be completely ruled out and it can still be released in the first half of 2021 with little or no change i.e. the opposite of how the Windows 10 feature update has released current.

Windows 10 21H2 upgrade “Sun Valley”

With the Windows 10 21H2 update, Microsoft is planning to change the operating system with an upgrade to the Windows user interface, including Action Center, File Explorer, Taskbar, and Start Menu (wait fatigue).

In the information, Microsoft describes the new user interface as “reborn” and it is expected to improve the experience of both the desktop and tablet mode with “optional features”.

The Windows 10 Sun Valley release (also known as Cobalt and 21H2) is currently scheduled for winter break
2021, so we have about a year left, but the tech giant is planning to reimburse Improve update in the second half of next year.

If that’s correct, we should be able to see new UI improvements in previews in the first half of 2021.

The Windows 10 21H2 Update is also said to deliver the original Fluent Design desktop experience with significant tweaks to the core UI elements.

I also expect rounded corners for the app windows, notifications, context menus, and other important areas of the operating system.

Microsoft will encourage application developers to follow Windows 10’s new rounded corners approach. In fact, Microsoft has begun pushing rounded corners into existing applications, such as Computers, lake, …

The Sun Valley Update will also improve legacy components, and Microsoft could remove more Control Panel pages to replace it with their modern look.

The update will be complete by June 2021, and the changes will begin to be made available to consumers later this year.

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