Microsoft has planned a major update for the Windows 10 operating system, which is assigned as 20H1 (internal designation – v2004). The update will reduce the load on the processor, as well as reduce the amount of disk space occupied by the Operating System files. About the upcoming update.
In the update, several important innovations will be implemented, but the main ones are the reduced load on the central processor, as well as a reduced volume of the operating system. Note that this news cannot but please owners of computers with low performance.
Other features of the expected update for Windows 10 are a simpler and more intuitive interface for connecting Bluetooth devices (in its current form, this interface really cannot be called as intuitive), as well as an improved search. How exactly the search will be improved is unknown.
In particular, Microsoft will improve system performance when playing videos, as well as change the algorithms of the Windows Search service. To quickly find files, this service regularly indexes files. Using new algorithms will reduce the load on the processor and the amount of occupied disk space.
It is assumed that the update 20H1 for Microsoft Windows 10 will be released before the end of April 2020. Perhaps the update will appear in early May. Let’s hope that this time Microsoft will not follow its tradition of “breaking” the operating system altogether with this update.
The rollout of the first major update of Windows 10 for this 2020 is expected by spring. The hope is that it is less problematic than the latest distributed updates that on more than one occasion have caused users not a little headache between problems with the drivers and Blue Screen of Death.
Also, if you would like to experience the Windows 10 20H1, you can download the ISO file for RTM Build 19041 at this address. You will need to be a Windows Insider to download the ISO, however.