Windows 10 21H2 update will be available for sale soon with a number of innovations. Microsoft has started pre-Windows 11 preparations.
Microsoft has announced the next Windows 10 21H2 update that will bring several new features and fixes to improve system stability. The software giant also heralded that this update, where the developers have released Windows 10 Build 19044.1147, offered to members of the Insider program, has begun testing.
This new update adds brand new features to Windows 10. The update adds support for the WPA3 H2E standard, which will make working over a connection over a wireless Wi-Fi network more secure.
Windows Hello for Business supports a simplified, passwordless deployment model to be up and running in minutes. For developers, GPU computing support is also added in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows (EFLOW) for machine learning and other compute-intensive workflows.
Along with the Microsoft update, it also fixes an issue where it stops working properly and creates duplicate profile names due to a bug with the search index. Fixed an issue that prevented Game Services from launching certain games on dedicated computers.
Also, a bug that prevented text input using the Input Method Editor (IME) is out of date with this update. Finally, we can say that Microsoft is making the last warm-ups before Windows 11, stating that it has fixed an error that causes the explorer window to lose focus when connecting to a network drive.
The upcoming Windows 10 update; You can install it from Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.