Windows 10 21H1 to be released in June according to publisher commit in Chromium




In a commit published on the Chromium project, Microsoft let it slip that Windows 10 21H1 is due for release in June 2021. The content of the message has since been changed, but the damage is done.

An update released in the Chromium Project Version Management Tool leaks an exit window for the next major Windows 10 update. Version 21H1 of the operating system is expected to be available from June 2021 for the general public.



The 21H1 update in June rather than May

The traditional update for the first half of the year will therefore arrive on our machines a little later than expected. Initially, it was in April that Microsoft launched the stable version of its first major update of the year. Then lately, we had to wait until May. So it seems that in 2021, we won't be entitled to it until June.

Of course, the Insider beta will still allow you to enjoy it before the official release date. It is also possible that the first computers will be entitled to the stable update at the end of May, but that the massive deployment will not take place until a few weeks later.



Windows 10 21H2 is no longer expected

This commit also indicates to us a functionality provided by the update, related to security: a new API capable of protecting computers from vulnerabilities relating to the Kernel Transaction Manager (KTM).

The 21H1 update should also focus on security, bug fixes and system stability. User-side functionality is now only integrated with the second annual major update, as was the case with 20H2.

The 21H2 (October or November) will bring for its interface changes (new Start menu, updated taskbar, dark mode…) as well as performance improvements.


Source : Windows Latest


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