Microsoft has shared details about the next Windows 10 update, which is scheduled for release in autumn 2019 (tentatively in September).
According to Microsoft, the update, which is being developed under the code name 19H2, will turn out to be relatively small, and there will not be as many innovations in it as in previous times. The company promises to improve the performance of the operating system, enhance its quality, and add several new features to the corporate version of Windows 10.
The lack of a large number of innovations indicates that Microsoft is quite satisfied with its operating system and believe that it is close to ideal.
The company also announced that with the release of 19H2 the update distribution process will change – the update process will be faster and less problematic. Currently, Microsoft is testing a technology that will allow a switch to a new release cycle, from semi-annual to monthly releases. This means that large updates will no longer be released at all, instead Microsoft will update Windows 10 smoothly, making only minor improvements.
The 19H2 test builds are already available to users as part of the Windows Insider program, which anyone can join. Currently, they have no noticeable changes in comparison with Windows 10 May 2019 Update.