We take a look at some of the changes that will be made with updates coming next year.Microsoft has released a new preview build in preparation for the next major Windows 10 update.
Windows 10 Build 21277 is currently available for Windows Insiders and is available for download as an optional update. Without further ado, let’s move on to some changes we’ll see soon.
X64 Emulator Support for Windows 10 ARM
The most important feature of Windows 10 Build 21277 is x64 emulation support for Windows 10 on ARM PCs. Testers can install x64 applications from Microsoft Store or independent websites in this preview structure and run these applications at high performance through the built-in emulator.
In addition, Build 21277 allows users to run Chrome, Autodesk, Rocket League and other applications using the new x64 emulator.
Microsoft is working to make the transition between windows better. With the structure we mentioned, the transition of animations that appear when opening or closing an application window becomes smoother. This change currently applies to Edge, Chrome, Microsoft Store, and certain apps.
Continuing, Microsoft will now allow users to remove the built-in snipping tool from the Optional features page in Settings.
However, people using the latest snip can now take a snapshot of the screenshot and paste it directly into the selected folder in File Explorer.
Minor Visual Improvements
Microsoft is also making some improvements to the graphics in Task Manager’s Performance tab. In addition, the list of all applications in the Start Menu is also arranged.
New Windows 10 Updates
Windows 10 updates, which include great features, were generally coming in the first half of the year. If we look at the latest reports, the first major update of 2021 (21H1) will be small.
The major update, which we can call 21H2, will likely come in the second half of the year and will bring many changes. Finally, we’ve heard that Microsoft is already testing for this major 21H2 update.