Microsoft announces that the Windows update in spring will be almost a Server Pack and will have almost no news

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Microsoft announces that the Windows update in spring will be almost a Server Pack and will have almost no news

We are waiting to know the new Microsoft update for Windows 10. An update, the spring update, which has traditionally been the most powerful of the two that the company has us used to each year, something that this year it seems it will change and that the company itself has confirmed.

Microsoft’s forums continue to be an interesting source to be informed about everything that surrounds the American company. Now, in the Tech Community forums they have reported that the spring update will be a light update, leaving all caliber news for the fall update.

All reserved for Windows 10X?

Update

Microsoft has made it clear that the 21H1 branch of Windows 10 will bring practically no changes and it will be a mere update of what we already saw in Windows 10 October 2020 Update, an update that in turn also came almost without news

In the open communication in the Microsoft forum, they talk about the compatibility with the hardware of the new version of Windows 10. And according to the information, few changes we will see with what the 20H2 branch offers and that even all the equipment compatible with the 2004 version will continue to be compatible.

It is clear that Microsoft is already focused on launching Windows 10X, a version of Windows that seems to be the recipient of all the news that was expected for this year, leaving these updates, previously important, as a simple update with which to cover and correct bugs and improve the functioning of the system.

There is no official information, yes, about the date on which Microsoft could launch Windows 10 21H1, but hopefully, as in other cases, it will arrive gradually, to prevent a possible bug from spreading and spoiling the user experience.

Via | The Spanish
More information | Microsoft Forums

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