The next Windows 10 update should be about to arrive on our machines (be afraid! Be very afraid… We already know how the W10 bugs are!) Being called 20H2, serving basically as a ‘Service Pack’, in a very similar way what happened in the second half of last year. However, if you think we are going to have minor changes like in this 2019 update, you are very wrong … After all, contrary to what you would expect, Microsoft is preparing some very significant changes.
After all, Microsoft has just released a new ‘preview’ version of Windows 10 20H2, which not only brings the trendy new Start Menu, but also brings a handful of other significant changes. And of course, it should be a version very close to what we will receive on our PCs sometime in the second half of 2020.
The next update of Windows 10 will be bigger than expected
Therefore, the Windows 10 build 19042.421 has already been sent to the testing channel, with a simpler and bolder design for the Home Menu, also changing the color scheme to bring some consistency to the table.
In addition to this, Microsoft has also implemented some changes to the traditional Alt-Tab, which in relation to Edge, now shows all tabs separately, as if they were a program independent of everything else. (If you happen to be one of those users who love having 10,000 tabs open, Microsoft allows you to disable this feature, or at least limit it as to the number of tabs you can show in the alt-tab menu)
However, we will also have some improvements in the taskbar, including some touches on notifications and settings, which can now be customized taking into account its use.
The next update to Windows 10 is going to be bigger than expected – Besides, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
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