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Windows 10’s next major update won’t feel big at all

Microsoft has released the first few details of the upcoming Windows 10 19H2 update, which is the operating system’s second major feature update this year. First, bad news. It sounds like this will be a small update, even the Windows 10 standard. Microsoft said the update will provide “performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements” for Windows 10, and it is currently aiming for release in September.

The good news is that Microsoft is changing the release update process to make it faster and less disruptive. The company said that it will use service technology to provide new updates, which means that the process should be more like regular monthly updates rather than mega feature updates every two years. The new update process is only available to users running Windows 10’s current May 2019 update.

Microsoft this week started releasing 19H2 to people in the “Slow ring” of the Windows Insider Program. The first update was more about testing the update delivery process than actually providing any new features, and Microsoft says it doesn’t include any changes visible to users. The company said that it will detail the new features of 19H2 near the release.

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