Software giant Microsoft continues to work on the new version of the Windows 10 operating system. The company mistakenly announced the release date of the update, known as 21H1.
Microsoft has unwillingly announced the date for the next major update to the Windows 10 operating system. The software giant plans to release the update, known as Windows 10 21H1, in June this year.
It was previously reported that the new version of the operating system will be released in May. Judging by the information revealed in the company’s official documents, there will be a delay in the calendar. As the update will come as a service pack, it is not expected to contain major innovations.
What will the update bring?
Windows 10 21H1 will be a version that focuses entirely on quality improvements and bug fixes. However, it is said to fix a dangerous security vulnerability in Kernel Transaction Manager.
The more important update of this year will be released in autumn. It is reported that Windows 10 21H2 will bring a revamped user interface to the operating system. Concrete details on the subject will be clear in the coming months.