Microsoft looking to bring big changes to Windows 10 updates after May 2020 patch fiasco


According to a post by Windows 10, Microsoft are looking to shake-up their Windows 10 update schedule following the release of the fall patch this year.

It had been thought that following this release another big Windows 10 update would be arriving in the first half of 2021.

But this release has been delayed due to Windows 10X, a new edition of Windows 10 designed for dual-screen devices, also getting help up.

This new version of Windows 10 is now due to release around April or May time next year, while the launch of Windows 10’s April or May 2021 update has been delayed.

And sources have told Windows Latest that Microsoft may opt to switch to a single, annual release schedule for their tentpole Windows 10 updates from next year.

Windows Latest said: “The current one major, one minor upgrade release cadence is not the template for 2021 and beyond.

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