Windows 10’s next big update 20H1 is expected to land soon

Windows 10’s next big update (20H1) is expected to land soon – in April, or possibly even late on in March 2020 – and that prospect of an imminent release is backed up by the fact that Microsoft appears to be engaging in the final tweaking for the upgrade.The latest build 19041.153 has hit the slow ring with only a small amount of general tweaking, which suggests that Microsoft is implementing the final touches before the 20H1 update begins its full rollout.

The changes applied include a raft of security updates, a solution for a problem whereby ActiveX content fails to load, and a few fixes for Microsoft’s web browsers, among other bits and pieces.There’s only one remaining known issue highlighted in the blog post for build 19041.153 – pertaining to Narrator, the operating system’s screen reader tool – which again shows that everything is close to being finalized with the next major update for Windows 10.

Microsoft is advertising a “new Cortana experience” with a “brand-new chat-based UI.” You can now type queries to Cortana rather than say them out loud. The history of your conversation with Cortana will appear as if it was a chat window, so you can see the results of recent queries just by opening Cortana from the taskbar. If you are in lack of Windows 10 Product Key, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

The Cortana panel is now a more normal window, too. You can resize it and move it around on your desktop by dragging the title bar, just like other windows. It supports both Windows 10’s light and dark themes, too.

Beyond the new design, Microsoft says it has “updated Cortana with new speech and language models” as well as “significantly improved performance” of the voice assistant. And, soon, Microsoft says you’ll be able to use Cortana in any of its supported languages, even if your Windows operating system is set to use a display language Cortana doesn’t support.

Windows 10's next big update (20H1) is anticipated to land in April or late March 2020. That prospect of an imminent launch is subsidized up by the fact that Microsoft appears to be conducting the final tweaking for the upgrade.The changes would include a raft of safety updates and some fixes for Microsoft's net browsers, amongst other bits and pieces. The 20H1 replace could also arrive with an exciting new capability to ditch the 'reserved storage' allowance.

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