Software giant Microsoft will significantly change the design and interface of Windows 10 this year. It may take up to the end of the year for updates to be available to all users.

According to the latest information leaked, Microsoft has completed its work for the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2). Now the developers are focused on the next major update, which will include major changes in the design and interface of the software platform, in addition to the new features.

According to reports, Microsoft will release two updates for Windows 10 this year: 21H1 and 21H2 packages. The first of these will not bring any significant changes and will consist mainly of internal improvements aimed at improving system stability and fixing known issues. The new features will be offered to users with the 21H2 package, which is planned to be released in the second half of the year, as well as changes in the design and interface of Windows 10.

Will be available to users towards the end of the year
The source states that the codename for the major update is Sun Valley, and Microsoft will release the final version of Windows 10 in June this year. However, it should be noted that this does not mean that the distribution of the update will begin in the summer. Most likely, Microsoft will roll out the 21H2 update to a wide range of users in October or November of this year, and by then Windows Insider program members will be testing it.

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Many details regarding the updated interface and design of Windows 10 are expected to be revealed long before the official launch of the 21H2. According to current data, Microsoft aims to improve the user interface of many items including the Start menu, File Explorer, taskbar and others. Redesigning of various interface elements is also among the expected innovations.

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