Upcoming Windows 10 Update may Disappoint You
The last major Windows 10 upgrade took place last May. So if you're expecting the upcoming upgrade to be grandiose, well, don't. Humble, simple, small — these are the keywords that best describe the next upgrades. At least for a while.
According to company's Evolving Windows 10 statement, the update classified as 19H2 will be released sometime later this year, supposedly the next autumn. The core message is that “a scoped set of features for select performance improvements” will be introduced in the new build. And to avoid disruptive side effects, the upgrade shall be delivered to your machine in a similar fashion as the monthly Windows updates — almost like a background mode.
How to test it?
Slow Ring Builds will be available to testers this July. If everything goes smoothly with the OS testing results, its official release will take place in September 2019. The upcoming build contains Win Subsystem for Linux 2 — it's an attempt to improve the functioning of the previous Penguin OS emulator and garner faster I/O performance.