Microsoft has finally announced Windows 10 version 21H1, and in addition to info on who gets it and just how, the organization included as well some details associated with the launch date.
Obviously, the Redmond-based software giant hasn’t provided us a particular ETA, what sort of makes sense given version 21H1 is still in the works these days, but it did confirm the release is projected to kick off within the first 1 / 2 of the entire year.
“Our multilayered approach to the expansion and launch of feature updates continues and includes fully leveraging the Windows Insider Program to acquire user feedback and knowledge insights on quality,” John Cable, V . p ., Program Management, Windows Servicing and Delivery, said.
“We will start releasing 21H1 builds to Windows Insiders in the Beta channel right now to those Insiders who seek to subscriber, and additional features will be offered later on Windows Insider Preview Builds because they are ready. Broad accessibility to Windows 10, version 21H1 will begin later in the first half of this twelve months, and we will provide more information on the discharge and how to get it once we get closer to the launch of this next feature update. We look forward to hearing your feedback.”
Already readily available for insiders
This isn’t necessarily something surprising, as Microsoft clearly wants to stick with its original release calendar for Windows 10 feature update. So in hindsight at the other Windows 10 feature update releases, there’s an opportunity version 21H1 gets the go-ahead in April or May, with Windows Insiders likely to receive the RTM build one month earlier.
Windows 10 version 21H1 is already available for insiders, though it’ll obviously take a while until Microsoft polishes the general experience to ensure everything is running because it should.