Microsoft has begun preparations for the next major Windows 10 update. The company has released an update that will prepare computers for the transition to Windows 10 21H1.
Software giant Microsoft will soon release the Windows 10 21H1 update. The company started preparing the computers for the next major update to get through the transition to the new version of the operating system.
Microsoft is currently releasing the KB4023057 patch designed to fix issues with Windows Update settings. The aim here is to prevent potential errors that may occur when upgrading Windows 10 20H2, 20H1 and earlier versions.
The patch aims to fix corrupted system files that could negatively affect the update process. The company stated that it has gradually deployed the KB4023057 patch and will be automatically installed on all compatible devices.
Windows 10 21H1 update will soon be tested by Windows Insider users. Microsoft plans to make the new version of the operating system generally available in May-June. The exact date is not yet clear.