Microsoft finally reveals its plan for the Windows 10 19H2


Tech giant, Microsoft has finally revealed its plans for its next Windows 10 feature, codenamed as 19H2. As rumored, the Windows 10 19H2 will be going to be smaller than the usual updates to the Windows 10, as this feature will be released as a cumulative update that sits on top of 19H1 instead of a completely new OS release.

As of now, Microsoft has already released the first 19H2 build to Insiders in the Slow ring with build 18362.10000. With the release of the complete 19H2 feature, the company didn’t target to bring new features or changes to the Windows 10. And so, the size of 19H2 will be small as compared to other updates. 

Microsoft’s head of Insider Program, Dona Sarkar, details the following:

19H2 will include a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements and will be delivered to customers running the May 2019 Update using servicing technology (like the monthly Cumulative Update process).

Microsoft’s Director of Program Management, Windows Servicing, and Delivery, also published a second blog post detailing its plans for 19H2 in more detail.

The next feature update for Windows 10 (known in the Windows Insider Program as 19H2) will be a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features and quality enhancements. To deliver these updates in a less disruptive fashion, we will deliver this feature update in a new way, using servicing technology (like the monthly update process) for customers running the May 2019 Update who choose to update to the new release. In other words, anyone running the May 2019 Update and updating to the new release will have a far faster update experience because the update will install like a monthly update.

As for the availability, Microsoft has announced that the 19H2 is expected to launch in September, slightly earlier than usual. This is because of its small size and so, it is somehow considered as the monthly updates to the Windows 10. It’s a rolled up set of fixes and improvements that sits on top of an already existing version of Windows, known as 19H1.

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